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Do jou, ma^am, and 70a, sah, remember joar retarn to 
the campas . . . after three months ... or was it three 
jears? . . . Do 70a remember what jon found? . . . Lines, 
snh! . . . long lines, short lines, poor lines, trim lines ... 
GRILL, GlJYiS, AND GALiS . . . Mizzable, this modern 
slan;i$ ... but expressive ... and more lines ... more 
crowding . . . but, ah, how lowelj . . . REGISTRATION 
AND EARLY FALL . . . Parties . . . ah, jouth . . . and 
danees . . . ''$1.50, stag or drag*' . . . FORMALS AND IN- 
FORMALS . . . Homecoming in the rain . . . and ... of 
course ... the week-end trips . . . RALLIES AND GAMES 
... and then, sub, mj ow^n boys . . . the shots ... the 
operators . . . the key men . . . and those desiring keys 
. . . WHEELS . . . bells at eight . . . the curse of college . . . 
afternoon classes . . . LECTURES AND LARS . . . chaos 
. . . yes, indeed, chaos . . . rushing . . . pledging . . . the 
trek to THE ROW AND THE CIRCLE. 



The Ole Miss for 1947 . . . Edited by Walter RuUock 

Managed by Sara Jane Myers . . . Volume 53 . . . For The 
Student Rody of The University of Mississippi. 







GRILL, GUYS, AND GALS . . . pandemonium 



your mail when you could reach it . . . other people's "^ 
when you couldn't . . . and the juke box, suh ... not - 
good, but loud . . . melodic mayhem . . . cigarettes '\ 
and coffee . . . but no cups . . . no spoons . . . no 1o 
sugar ... ah, but romancing, suh, romancing . . . ' 



ves. the innocent little dears . . . as harmless as a cot- 



tonmouth . . . as gentle as J. E. B. Stuart's cavalry . . . 
but clever, suh . . . very clever . . . ah, sweet memories. 




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TO THE COEDS OF OLE MISS ... the girls who ha^e 
maintained the unaffected graeionsness . . . the 
sincere friendliness . . . the dignity of manner . . . 
the charming refinements ... as traditional 
with the Old South . . . we offer our tribute. 




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Miss became great under 


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able leadership of Dr. A. 


B. Butts. Continuing the pro- 1 


grams initiated by Dr. Butts, 1 


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with much original planning 1 


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the future, our new Chan- 1 


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'. Williams, a native of Newport, Kentucky, entered his "Fresh- 
man Year" at the University with vigor and a thorough understanding of all the tasks that confronted 
him. hie has met the challenge of increased enrollment and its related complexities In a highly effi- 
cient manner. One year of his administration has warranted us successful guidance for the future 
years. Gaining a reputation as a friend and advisor to ail, he makes time for the little things, the 
minute details, the student's problems. 

Chancellor Williams received his A.B. degree from the University of Kentucky In 1926; M.S., Uni- 
versity of Kentucky, 1930; Ed.D., Columbia University, 1940; and was president of Marshall College 
at Huntington, West Virginia, before coming to Ole Miss. Chancellor Williams Is a member of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta PI, Phi Sigma Kappa, the Rotary Club, the Masons, 
and the Methodist Church. 



JOHN D. WILLIAMS 





THE PASSING 



EVENTS 


OF THE 


YEAR 



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ith the beginning of the fall 
semester Ole Miss enjoyed its greatest enroll- 
ment, 2805 students. Peace brought many 
changes to our campus. The influx of students 
presented many varied problems, which have 
been commendably handled by both university 
officials and students. 

First of these changes to be noted were those 
in the physical plant. The veterans housing pro- 
ject, located between fraternity row and the 
confederate cemetary, composes 420 units. 
Three faculty apartment houses, with accomo- 
dations for 42 families, were constructed on so- 
rority circle. A trailer court housing many mar- 
ried students was established near the Oxford 




PARADE 



City Hall. One end of the old observatory was 
remodeled a bit to make quarters for NROTC 
members. 

Desperately needed space was provided by 
the renovation of the Grill, such renovation 
moving Alex Loeb and the bookstore to the 
opposite end of the Student Union Building. 
There was also remodeling done In the Lyceum. 
Up-to-date fixtures were Installed and new floors 
and walls were built. The News Bureau was ren- 
ovated Into a modern office which serves the 
newly-formed Public Relations department. The 
offices of the Dean of Men and the Dean of 
Women were moved from the Y Building and 
Ward Hall to the Lyceum. 

Instituted during the past year were the De- 
partment of Journalism with Professor Gerald 
K. Forbes as its head; the Department of Public 
Relations, Marvin M. Black, director; the Air 
ROTC program; and the reactivation of the Ole 
Miss Concert and Marching Band. 

Lyceum attractions of the year featured Mar- 
jorle Lawrence, dramatic soprano, October 2; 
Original Ballet Russe, December 6; Cincinnati 
Symphony Orchestra, February 4; and Conrad 
Thibault, baritone, April I I. 



ALFRED HUME 

Chancellor Emeritjs 



DAVID H. BISHOP 

Emeritus of the Graduate School 



ROBERT J. FARLEY 
Dean of the School of Lav 




The University Players presented "You Can't 
Take It With You" November 20 and 21 and on 
March 4 and 5, "Angel Street". 

On October 8, Congressman John E. Rankin, 
spoke to Ole Miss students as the first speaker 
of the Omicron Delta Kappa-Mortar Board 
Forum series. George Rony, distinguished Rus- 
sian author, was presented October 28. The 
president of hiarding College, Dr. George S. 
Benson, spoke November 12. On November 19 
Dr. Emily Woodv^ard, Georgia editor and forum 
leader, was a speaker, hlodding Carter, Mis- 
sissippi Pulitzer Prize-Winner, appeared before 
the student body December 12. Peter Drucker, 
noted political economist, January 9; Alexander 
Kerensky, former Russian president, February 27. 

Two things happened this past year which 
caused some discomfort to the student body — 
the burning of the laundry and liquidation of the 
student bank. The University laundry did not 
stop, however, for it continued to serve the 
students by sending their laundry to neighboring 
towns. A depository replaced the student bank. 

Welcomed to the faculty and the university 
staff were Frederic H. Kellogg, C. L. Marquette, 
R. H. Price, Haley D. Worthy, Joel W. Bunkley; 
Leslie L. Eisenbrandt, Charles N. Fortenberry, 
James W. Heath, C. E. Kuhlman, David Mc- 
Kinney, J. A. Cabaniss, Ronald H. MacDonald, 



James E. Savage, Paul D. Brandes, Mrs. Alta H. 
Samples, Winfred A. Shaw, Lamarr Stephens, 
Mrs. Margaret R. Tatum, Charles W. West, Mrs. 
Catherine M. Cresswell, James E. Hiatt, Mrs. 
Berta R. Roberts, Mrs. Catherine J. Roberts, 
Herman E. Taylor, and Miss Mildred Westmore- 
land. Head Coach Harold Drew, who led the 
Rebels through the season, was replaced January 
13 by Johnny Vaught. Jim "Buster" Poole was 
also named to the athletic staff as end coach. 
William Griffin was appointed new alumni secre- 
tary, replacing Jeff Hamm, who served in that 
capacity for 23 years. 

The Veterans Club proved valuable in helping 
Ole Miss secure $900,000 in appropriations from 
the Building Commission. This appropriation 
was endorsed by a visit to the campus by 
Governor Fielding Wright on February 6. The 
funds sre in use now enlarging and improving 
our physical plant. A new laundry, practice and 
intramural fields, repair work and renovation 
of classroom buildings, more and better parking 
facilities, a recreation hall are projects as a re- 
sult of the allocation. 



T H E 



DAVID S. PANKRATZ 

Dean of the School of Medici: 



DUDLEY R. HUTCHERSON 

Dean of the Graduate School 



VICTOR A. COULTER 

an of the College of Liberal Arts 





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PASSING PARADE 



JAMES W. BELL 

Dean Emeritus of the School of Commerce 




EVENTS 


OF THE . 


YEAR 



EVENTS 


□ F THE 


YEAR 




HORACE B. BROWN 

Dean of the School of Commerce 



Ray McKinley and his orchestra treated Ole 
Miss to some real music on the occasion of the 
annual Mid-Winters February 14 and 15. During 



the dance on the 15th the beauties of Ole Miss, 
as selected by Milton Caniff, were presented by 
McKinley. 





LEE H. JOHNSON 

Dean of the Engineering School 



ELMER L. HAMMOND 

Dean of the School of Pharmacy 



On January 20 Jannes Barnett was elected president of the 
Associated Student Body, following the resignation of Mark Solonnon. 
Lon Taylor was elected vice-president to succeed Grey Flowers, who 
graduated. Ray Poole and Ygondlne Walker reigned as Colonel 
Rebel and Miss Ole Miss following the election December 12. 

Chancellor Williams made three changes In the faculty on February 
16 and announced eight new members of the staff. Dr. Pete Kyle 
McCarter was promoted from head of the English Department to 
Dean of the University, a newly created position. Dr. W. Alton 
Bryant, professor of English, was named head of the English Depart- 
ment. Prof. R. W. TInsely, who was associate professor of modern 
languages, succeeded Dr. Bryant as director of the Summer Session. 
The new faculty and staff appointees included; Thomas K. Swayze, 
assistant In athletics; Prof. James B. Shouse, acting assistant professor 
of Philosophy; James W. Ward, acting assistant professor of anat- 
omy; Thomas R. Ethrldge, part-time Instructor in political science; 
Huey B. hlowerton, Jr., instructor In history; Mrs. Jean Forbes, part- 
time Instructor In history; Morris Loveiady, part-time Instructor in 
engineering; and W. F. New, part-time Instructor in pharmacy. 



FORREST W. MURPHY 

Dean of School of Education 




MALCOLM R. GUESS 

Dean of Men 



ESTELLA G. HEFLEY 

Dean of Women 





Professorial grill tim 



Dr. Getchel et ux; Dr. Hutcherson et ux 



SOME 





CLARENCE SCHEPS 

Comptroller 



A. B. HARGIS 

Supervising Engineer 



JEFF K. HAMM 

Business Manager of the Dept. of Athletics 



OF YOUR PROFS 




A bit of Psychology 
Ever-suffering Chaperones 






Dean Guess, Mr. Hamm, and one of the guests at the annual football banquet 



SOME OF YOUR 




Governor Wright, Ex-Governor White, Chancellor Williams, and 
members of the faculty at a meeting of the Veterans' Club. 



Preceding the award to the most outstanding player of the ye6 



The Accounting Department in operation 



Big plans for another 





Guiders of the newly-formed Department of 
Public Relations 



PROFS 




Dean Johnson demonstrates the use of the slide-rule 




The campus law, Mr. Black and the new Dean of the 
University, Dr. McCarter. 



Dr. Bell presents award to Mr. Hamm upon his 
retirement as Alumni Secretary. 



The most sought-after chaperones on the 



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SARAH JANE AYCOCK JAMES A. BARNETT 

ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 

MARK SOLOMON Presidenf 

GREY FLOWERS Vice-President 

SARA JANE AYCOCK Secretary 

JAMES A. BARNETT Treasurer 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

CURTIS ROBERTS College of Liberal Arts 

ARTHUR MERRELL School of Commerce anci 

Business Administration 

JOHN THROOP School of Law 

BOBBY MOORE School of Medicine 

BEN PUINTANA School of Pharmacy 

ANN BOGARD Women's Student Government 

TOM BORDEAUX Mississippian 

WALTER BULLOCK OLE MISS 

ALVIN MAPLES University Band 

PEP BENNETT "M" Club 



Mark Soloman, first semester A.S.B. president, swears 
in James Barnett, second semester A.S.B. president. 




EXECUTIVE 
COUNCIL 




PRESTON BENNETT 



ANN BOGARD 



TOM BOURDEAUX 



WALTER BULLOCK 



ALVIN MAPLES 




ARTHUR MERRELL 



ROBERT MOORE 



BENJAMIN PUINTANA 



CURTIS D. ROBERTS 



JOHN S. THROOP 



The Student Executive Council, legislative 
organ of the Associated Student Body, Is com- 
posed of representatives fronn each school and 
from each major student organization. Ole Miss 
has for years been justly proud of Its student 
government which is based on sound democratic 
principles and a progressive spirit. 

Included In the Executive Council are Asso- 
ciated Student Body officers, the vice-president, 
secretary, and treasurer, together with one rep- 
resentative from each school on the campus, 
and also a representative from each major stu- 
dent organization. 





WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

OFFICERS 

ANN BOGARD President 

DOT SYMONDS Vice-President 

YGONDINE WALKER 2nd Vice-President 

RUTH COVINGTON Secretary 

BETTY BRAUN Treasurer 



Acting as a sub-unit to the Executive Council, 
the Wonnen's Student Government Association 
Is the governing body of the women students. 
The faculty has granted the Assocation the 
power to control some matters of women's 
government — matters not under the control of 
the University authorities or the dormitory man- 
agement. The Association is a member of the 



National Inter-collegiate Association of Women 
Students, and also of the Mississippi Intercol- 
legiate Women's Student Government Associa- 
tion Authority is vested In an executive council, 
which Is elected by vote, with changes being 
made by student petition. Each woman Is a 
member of the Association and is required to 
be familiar with Its rules and regulations. 



OFFICERS 

CHANCELLOR JOHN D. WILLIAMS Ex-offlcio Chairman 

DR. P. R, McCARTER Chairman 

DR. ELMER HAMMOND Chairman Ole Miss sub-commitee 

DR. HORACE B. BROWN . . Chairman Mississipplan sub-committee 







MEMBERS 




Jim Barnett 


Walter Bullock 


John Fox 


William E. Jones 


Tom Bourdeaux 


Dr. Clive Dunham 


Malcolm Guess 


Sara Jane Myers 



The Publication Board's function is to tormu- Editors and the Business Managers of the Year 

late the general policies of student publications book, Th^E OLE MISS, and the paper. The Mis 

and to insure for the University capable and sissipian, the president of the student bod 

efficient leadership of the yearbook and the faculty members, and, as ex-officio chairmfen 

weekly paper. The board is made up of the the chancellor. 

PUBLICATION BOARD 





WALTER BULLOCK 

Editor 




NINETEEN 










Constituting probably the world's greatest collection of inepti- 
tude and inexperience, the staff of tfie 1947 Ole Miss floundered 
tfirougfi the first semester, made innumerable mistakes, and 
managed to compile volumes of misinformation and undesirable 
facts. By the second semester, those of the staff who didn't flunk 
ou^ of school were rapidly becoming authorities on all of the intri- 
cate phases of photography, engraving, and printing. At the 
expense of the student body they were also learning to spell and 
to type. At the time we went to press, the remaining handful 



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of being more influential than the ste 

future of the world. 

Walter (there won't be a third term) Bullock had the dubious 
distinction of being the only two time editor in the history of Ole 
Miss. . . . once in '•<2 and again with this monstrosity. Sara Jane 
Myers was the business manager. She soon became convinced 



that 



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the home. Tom Hairston and 



hfugh Schneider, as assistant editors, took full advantage of their 
more than ample opportunity for bottlenecking. Other saboteurs 
were lured from the Grill during rush hours. This procedure 



produced such outstanding campus personalities as Bob Towns, 
Bettye McGehee, Booka Vine, Mariada Simmons, Jean Wheeler, 
Dock McDonnel, Sara Simmons, Tina Walker, Nancy Chenault, 
Lightning Gibbes, Jane Boring, Stiles Artz, Mary Ann Rivers, and 
Peggy Mahoney. Sis Barner gave advice on art. Roselyn Thread- 
gill worked while campused. Everyone concerned displayed a 
patient lack of interest in producing a college yearbook. Bitsy 
Hunter handled the athletic section and proved to be quite a 
judge of his fellow-man by refusing any help from the rest of the 
staff. Sallie Junkin moved in to take over the organizations. She 
not only accepted help from the staff, but, on some few occasions, 
actually made them work. 

Assisting Sara Jane as advertising managers were Mush Hardin 
and Vassar Hemphill. They helped her do nothing admirably. 
Other lackadaisical contributions were made by Watsle Sumners, 
Dot Hamm, Natalie Thompson, O. E. Glower, Gayle Carlisle, Greg 
Breland, Louis Zehnder, Helen Henry, Helen Stovall, Joe McKell, 
Martha Ann Rowan, and Betty Hemeter. 

Displaying both patience and versatility, Ed BIrchett labored 
faithfully with the editorial staff and also found time to lend 
assistance to some of the work of the business office. 



FORTY SEVEN OLE MISS 





TOM BOURDEAUX 
Editor 




IHE WEEKLY 



Striving to fulfill its duty to the Ole Miss stu- 
dents in the complete coverage of campus acti- 
vities, the Misslsslppian has kept its reputation 
as one of the best collegiate newspapers In the 
nation. 






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MISSISSIPPIAN . . 



Throughout each week, the editorial staff was 
at work under the direction of Tom Bourdeaux, 
writing stories and organizing the material for 
the finished paper. Contributions by the new 
journalism classes were of invaluable aid in the 
organization and presentation of the paper. 

"Teck" Jones and his competent business staff, 
through advertising and circulation, provided 
the means and method by which the final pro- 
duct could be presented promptly to the campus 
each Friday afternoon. 




'TECK" JONES 

Business Manager 





standing: Pittman, Bunkley, Woodward. Seated: McMurry. Owen, Huff, Gage. 



Left to Right: Norquist, Hawkins, Gross. 



MOOT COURT BOARD 



OFFICERS 

A. E. HAWKINS Chairman of the Board 

DAVID GROSS Chairman of team assignment committee 

B.RIFFIN NORQUIST Chairman of facts committee 



MEMBERS 




Lampkin Bufts 


W. J. Huff 


Griffin Norquist 


David Gross 


Charles C. Jacobs 


Ben Owen 


R. D. Gage, III 


Clarence Morgan 


Luther D. Pittman 


A. E. Hawkins 


Pelham McMurray 





The purpose of the Moot Court Board is to familiarize law students with the con- 
struction and preparation of appellate briefs, to give law students the opportunity 
to apply points of law to a given set of facts and to simulate, as closely as possible, 
law practice before the supreme court of the state. 




Hall, Schwizer, Palmer, Bizzell, Hoffman, Roberts, O'Ne 



Standing: Bridges. Dale, Crigler, White, Heidelberg McDowell. 
Sitting: Hawkins, Adams, Norguist. Landrum. Grey. 



MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL 



STAFF 

BILL BIZZELL Editor 

OWEN PALMER Assistant Editor 

HARRY HOFFMAN Business Manager 

GEORGE SCHWIZER Note Editor 

ROBERT ROBERTS Case Editor 



The Mississippi Law Journal was founded in 1928. It is the official publication 
of the Mississippi State Bar, and is published under its auspices by students of the 
Law School of the University of Mississippi. The Journal publishes the proceedings 
of the Annual Meeting of the State Bar, articles by eminent writers on legal subjects, 
notes and comments on recent decisions by student writers, review of current treatises, 
on the general subject of the law, and other matters of Interest to the legal profession. 

The Journal is an outstanding campus publication, and Its editorship is one of the 
most coveted student honors. 





STANFORD TERRY. President. 
GERALD JACOBS, Secretary and Treasurer 



The Inter-Fraternity Council Is composed of 
two representatives from each fraternity. The 
council controls and directs all fraternities, parti- 
cularly during the rushing season, and also guides 
the policy of the fraternities In their affairs with 
the Administration. 



OFFICERS 



STANDFORD TERRY President 



HUGH MOORE 



GERALD JACOBS 



Vice-President 



Secretary and Treasury, 



INTER 




MEMBERS 



VAN WILSON Alpha Tau Omega 

OLEN SMITH Alpha Tau Omega 

ERNEST BROWN Beta Theta Pi 

JAMES McGEHEE Beta Theta Pi 

GEORGE THATCHET Delta Kappa Epsilon 

ELTON MclNTOSH Delta Kappa Epsilon 

KENNETH FRANKS Delta Psi 

LOUIS LYELL Delta Psi 

ERNEST McMURCHY Kappa Alpha 

HUGH MOORE Kappa Alpha 

JOE WROTEN Kappa Sioma 

PAUL NEWTON Kappa Sigma 

GEORGE WORTHEN Pi Kappa Alpha 



STANFORD TERRY Phi Delta Theta 

BARNARD TRIPETT Phi Delta Theta 

ROBERT MARCUS Phi Epsilon Pi 

LEONARD KLINE Phi Epsilon Pi 

JIMMY BROOKS Phi Kappa Psi 

THOMAS TURNIPSEED Phi Kappa Psi 

W. G. MIZE Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

HARRY PATTON Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

JOHN FRAISER Sigma Chi 

"DOC" MAXWELL Sigma Chi 

ROBERT MOLLETT Sigma Nu 

J. M. WESTON Sigma Nu 

GERALD JACOBS Sigma Phi Epsilon 



JAMES BARNETT 



Kappa Alpha JACK S, PARKER Sigma Phi Epsilc 



FRATERNITY COUNCIL 

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Pan-Hellenic Council Is composed of the eight 
sorority presidents and two representatives from 
each group. The officers are chosen by rota- 
tion. The local Pan-Hellenic Is a member of the 
National Pan-Hellenic. 

The primary purpose of the Pan-Hellenic 
Council Is to promote harmony among the dif- 
ferent sororities on the campus, and to promote 
co-operation and unity among ail Greek letter 
organizations, and to pass rules and regulations 
for welfare of the system. To accomplish this 
effectively, Pan-Hellenic sets up the rushing rules, 
limiting the quota of pledges the various groups 
can pledge, regulating bidding system, and co- 
operating generally with University authorities 
throughout rush week. 

T B E PAN- 



OFFICERS 

DOROTHY DAY President 

YGONDINE WALKER Vice-President 

SARA AYCOCK Secretary and Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

YGONDINE WALKER Chi Omega 

KATHLEEN FULGHUM Chi Omega 

PATRICIA BURROWS Chi Omega 

DOROTHY DAY Delta Delta Delta 

FRANCES TERRY Delta Delta Delta 

SARA JANE MYERS Delta Delta Delta 

BETH TOOLE Delta Gamma 

ROSE MARIE GODWIN Delta Gamma 

HELLENIC 




Fust Row: Sarah Aycock, Margaret Banning. Kathryn Barr. Ann Bogard, Pat Burrow, Kathleen Fulghum, Rachel Gardner. Eleanor Knee, 

Pat Land, Mary Liddell. Second Row: Dot Ivlooney, Sara Jane flyers. Mae Hill McMurry. Peggy Podesta, Martha Sparr, Frances Sfuart, 

Frances Terry, Beth Toole. Ygondine Walker. 



MOLLY SPARR Delta Gamma 

RACHEL GARDNER Delta Zeta 

MAYHILL McMURRAY Delta Zeta 

DOROTHY MOONEY Delta Zeta 

ANN BOGARD Kappa Delta 

MARGARET BANNING Kappa Delta 

ELEANOR KNEE Kappa Delta 

PAT LAND Kappa Kappa Gamma 

SARAH AYCOCK Phi Mu 

FRANCES STUART Phi Mu 

MARY LIDDELL Phi Mu 

KAY BARR Zeta Tau Alpha 

PEGGY PODESTA Zeta Tau Alpha 

BARBARA MILLER Zeta Tau Alpha 

COUNCIL 





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TOP: 

• EDWARD JOE ASSAD, Clarksdale- Law II 
Phi Delta Phi. • fcLENN D. BAIRD, Water 
Lodge. • JIM C. BARNETT, JR., Lumberton; 
Committee of 100; Flying Rebels; YMCA Cou 
BULLOCK, Columbia, Law III; Kappa Alpha; 
Publisher of Student Directory, ■42- Executive 



I, • THOMAS F. BADON, Liberty; Law III; Sigma Nu; 
Valley; Med. 11; Phi Chi; Masonic Member cf The Blue 
Med II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Chi 

icil; Vice President Wesley Foundation. • WALTER EARL 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta; "M" Club; Co- 
Council, '41, '42, '46; Editor 1942 OLE MISS; Editor 1947 



Committee on Student Grievances; Who' 
A. Degree, University of Mississippi. 



Who 



BOTTOM: 

a First Row: SHERMAN HERBERT BRUCKNER, Los 

JR., Starkville; Law III; Sigma Nu; President A.S.B. 

Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; Athletic Publicity Direct. 

Fraternity Council, '45; Managing Editor, Mississippi 

EUGENE CALDWELL, Baldwyn; Med. II; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Chi; B.S. Degree, Missi 

College. • BUELL ROSCOE CARTY, JR., Jackson; Law III; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Mississi] 

'45; Delta Sigma Pi; Veterans Club, '43, '44, '45. • FRANK M. COX, Jackson, Tennessee; Lav 



; Med II, • WILLIAM GARNER BURGIN, 
14; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Pi; Phi 
'45; Program Director, ■46- President, Inter- 
'45; President, Sigma Nu, '45. • RICHARD 
sippi Southern 
ipian, '43, '44, 



• Second Row: WALTER LEE CATCHING, JR., Cleveland; Law III; Phi Delta The'a • GEORGE 
DANIEL COPELAND, Senatobia; Med. II; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi; Beta Beta Beta; Band; The Mis- 
sissippians. • WILLIAM V. CROSBY, Oxford; Med II; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; Beta Beta Beta; B S. 
Degree, • PHILIP LAWRENCE CUNNINGHAM, Louisville; Law 111; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Phi. 

• URIAH GREY FLOWERS, JR., Vicksburg; Law III; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; Chairman Dance 
Committee, '45, '44; Vice-President, A.S.B., '44, '47; Executive Council, '44, '47; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 



SHERMAN BRUCKNER WILLIAM BURGIN, JR RICHARD CALDWELL BUELL CARTY, JR. FRANK COX 

WALTER CATCHING, JR GEORGE COPELAND WILLIAM CROSBY PHILIP CUNNINGHAM URIAH FLOWERS, JR, 





• REGINALD ARTHU 
Delta Phi: Editor, Th, 
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GRAY. JR., Hattiesburg: Law III; Phi Delta Theta; Scabbard and Blade; Phi 
Rebel Magazine; Business Manager, Mississippi Law Journal. • MARION VIR- 
Fork; Med II; Biology Club; Beta Beta Beta. • AUBREY RUSSELL HARRIS, 



John Throop, President of Law School 



Shannon; Med II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi 



BOTTOM: 



• First Row; 



Com- 



ARMIS EUGENE HAWKINS. Houston; Law III; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta 
mittee on Student Grievances, President. Senior Law Class. • MARTIN EDWARD HINMAN, Pascagoula; 
Med. II; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; President. Biology Club. 44; Beta Beta Beta. '45: Cardinal Club; Her. 
mean Society; International Relation Club; YMCA; Treasurer. Wesley Foundation. • HARRY OTTO 
HOFFMAN, JR.. Hattiesburg; Law III; Phi Delta Theta; Scabbard and Blade; MOAKS; Manager. Stu- 
dent Bank; Phi Delta Phi; Business Manager, Mississippi Law Journal. • JONNIE MARIE HORN, Luce- 
dale; Med. II; Zeta Tau Alpha; Secretary-Treasurer. Med. School. • WILLIAM JENNINGS HUFF. 
Shubuta; Law III; Phi Delta Phi, 

• Second Row: J. LEONARD KLINE. Anguilla; Law III; Phi Epsilon Pi; B.A. Degree. University of Mis- 
sissippi. 42. • CORNELIUS JOSEPH LADNER. Bay St. Louis; Law III; Phi Kappa Psi. • RUFFIN T. 
LOWRY. Jackson; Law III; Sigma Nu. • JACK BAYLOR McCONNELL. Kingsport. Tennessee; Med. II. 
Phi Chi. • EDWARD FRANKLIN McDOWELL, Jackson; Law III; Kappa Alpha; Hermean Oratory Award. 
■34; Debate Club. '34, '35; Phi Delta Phi; Veterans Club, 



SENIOR 
CLASS 



ARMIS HAWKINS 
J KLINE 



MARTIN HINMAN 
CORNELIUS LADNER 



HARRY HOFFMAN. JR. 
RUFFIN LOWRY 



JONNIE HORN 
JACK McCONNELL 



WILLIAM HUFF 
EDWARD McDOWELL 





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MILLARD McKEEL, 



WILLIAM McQUINN 



EDMUND MONTGOMERY. II MALCOLM MONTGOMERY, JR. 



Advanced JPrafessianal 




TOP: 

S. JAY McDUFFIE, Nettleton; Med. II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; B.A. Degree; B.S. Degree. • MIL- 
LARD FILMORE McKEEL, III, Washington, North Carolina; Med. II Phi Chi. • WILLIAM CHARLES 
McpUINN, Greenwood; Med. II; Alpha Tau Omega- Phi Chi. • EDMUND WARREN MONTGOMERY 
II, Yazoo City; Law III; Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; Veterans Club; B.A. Degree University of 
Mississippi, '41. • MALCOLM BAILEY MONTGOMERY, JR., Yaioo City; Law III; Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Alpha Delta. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: BOBBY LEE MOORE, Union; Med. II; Phi Chi; President of Medical Student Body, '46-'47. 

• SHERMAN CLIFFORD MYERS, St. Joseph, Missouri; Med, II; Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. • JAMES EDWARD 
NICHOLS, Vicksburg; Law III; Delta Tau Delta; Hermean Society; YMCA; Hood's Brigade; Scabbard 
and Blade. • SAM GRIFFIN NORQUIST, Yazoo City; Law III; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; President, Phi 
Delta Phi, '45; President, Omicron Delta Kappa, '46; MOAKS; Scabbard and Blade; Law Journal Editorial 
Staff; President, Junior Law Class; Vice-President, Senior Law Class; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities; Cardinal Club. • OWEN THACKARA PALMER, JR., Gulfport; Law III; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Kappa Alpha; Law 
Journal Staff. 



• Second Row; JEFF W. PASLAY, Como; Med. II; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Chi. • WALTER S. 
PHILLIPS, Bay St. Louis; Law III; Kappa Sigma. • LUTHER DAVID PITTMAN, Raleigh; Law III; Beta 
Theta Pi. • JOHN RILEY POOLE, Jackson; Law III; Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Delta Phi. • ERWIN 
JAMES RAUSCH, Abita Springs, Louisiana; Law III; Phi Lambda Chi; B.A, Southeastern Louisiana 
College 



BOBBY MOORE 
JEFF PASLAY 



SHERMAN MYERS 
WALTER PHILLIPS 



JAMES NICHOLS 
LUTHER PITTMAN 



SAM NORQUIST 
JOHN POOLE 



OWEN PALMER, JR. 
ERWIN RAUSCH 





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ROBERT T RISER 



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• PAUL TRUETT RAY, Corinth; Med. 11; Sigma Chi; Phi Ch[. • RALPH WALDO REA, Oakland, 
California; Med. II; Phi Chi; B.S. Degree. • ROBERT T. RISER, Jackson; Law III; Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Alpha Delta 




Griffin Norquist, First Semester President of ODK 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: GEORGE J. SCHWEIZER, JR., Greenville; Law III; Phi Delta Phi; President. ■46. '47; Mis- 
sissippi Bar Journal Staff, '47. • JACK M. SENTOR, Fulton; Med. II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. 

• MICHAEL EDMUND SHAHEEN, Senaiobia; Med. II; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM HENRY SIMMONS, Des 
Moines. Iowa; Med. II; Phi Chi. • THOMAS LANEY SWEAT. Corinth; Med. II; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi; 
Inter-Fraternity Council; Mississippian Staff; Committee of 100. 



SENIOR 



• Second Row: EUGENE JOSEPH THOMAS. Jackson; Med. II; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM 
CARL THOMPSON. Morton; Law III. • JACK BYRD TINSLEY, Scooba; Med. II; Phi Chi. • JOHN 
SCYSTER THROOP. JR.. Water Valley; Law III; Phi Gamma Delta; President. Metiokio. '41; YMCA. '41; 
President. Law School Student Body. '46, '47; ASB Executive Council, '44. '47; President. Phi Alpha Delta, 
■46, '47; Committee on Student Grievances. • LEE HOWARD TRAPP, Nettleton; Med. II; Phi Chi; Beta 
Beta Beta; Varsity Football, '30, '31, 32; Captain, Football Team, '32; President, "M" Club, '31; Secretary- 
Treasurer, ASB, '31; Blue Key, ^31; President, Biology Club, ■45; YMCA; Committee of 100. 



CLASS 



GEORGE SCHWEIZER, JR. 
EUGENE THOMAS 



JACK SENTOR 
WILLIAM THOMPSON 



HOMAS SWEAT 
LEE TRAPP 





kLMA TRAPPOLINI 



RAYMOND TURMAN 



MARSHAL WILLIAMS JR. 



CLAUDE WOODWARD 



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• ALMA TRAPPOLINI, Mf. Pleasant; Med. II. • RAYMOND EUGENE TURMAN, Horn Lake; Med. II 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Chi. • MARSHALL NEY WILLIAMS, JR., Raymond; Med II; Kappa Alpha 
B.S. Degree, Millsaps. • CLAUDE JACKSON WOODWARD, Kosciusko; Law III; Phi Delta Theta; Trad 
Team, '38, '39, '40; "M" Club, Vice-President, Phi Alpha Delta; Treasurer, Law School; Band; Hermeat 
Literary Club. 



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PHILIP ADAMS 



WILLIAM ALEXANDER 



GROVER ALLEN 



STEPHEN ALLEN. JR. 



Adraneed Prafessianal 




• HARRY BANE ABERNATHY, Clarksdale; Graduate. • PHILIP GERALD ADAMS, Portervllle; Law II; 
Phi Delta Phi. • WILLIAM B. ALEXANDER, Boyle; Law II; Sigma Nu. • GROVER NEWTON ALLEN; 
Sallls; Law. • STEPHEN ELLIS ALLEN, JR., Haielhurst; Law II; Sigma Chi; Phi Alpha Delta. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: LAWRENCE DAY ARRINGTON. Hattiesburg; Law I; Veterans Club. • HAROLD MELBY 
BAILEY, Jackson; Law I; Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT FRANCIS BAKER, Haielhurst; Med. I. • JEFF ED- 
WARD BALFOUR, Lamar; Law I. • JAMES CLARK BASS, JR., Jackson; Med. I; Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: EMILE MAJERSKI BAUMHAUER, JR., Meridian; Med. I; Phi Kappa Sigma. • LOYD 
LAMAR BEACHAM, JR., Jackson, Law I. • THOMAS A. BELL, Grenada, Law I; Kappa Alpha. 

• PRESTON P. BENNETT, Meridian, Graduate, Kappa Alpha, Football. "M" Club. • SAMUEL ERNEST 
BIRDSONG, JR., Jackson, Law I; Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa. 





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PAUL BOENSCH 



RICHARD BRADLEY 



S c h a a I s 



TOP: 

• ELLIS BARKKETT BODRON, Vicksburg; Graduate, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Efa Sigma, Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Who's Who in American Colleges. Phi Delta Phi, Editor ot Rebel, Varsity Debate, '45, '46; 
President, International Relations Club, '43, '44; President, Independant Organization, '43, '44; Hermeaen 
Society, • PAUL AUSTIN BOENSCH, Memphis; Graduate, Delta Kappa Epsilon. • RICHARD C. 
BRADLEY, Columbia, Law I; Lambda Chi Alpha. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: WILLIAM DAVID BREWER, Richton, Graduate. • PHIL OLIVER BROCK, McComb; Law 
II, Sigma Nu, Phi Alpha Delta. • WILLIAM D. BROOKS, Kosciusko; Law I, Pi Kappa Alpha. • VERNON 
HERRIN BROOM, Columbia. • ERNEST LUTHER BROWN, Booneville; Beta Theta Pi. 



• Second Row: RAMON LARRY BURGESS, Nettleton; Law II, Beta Theta PI, Phi Alpha Delta. • LAMP- 
KIN HERBERT BUTTS, University; Law I. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WALLACE EARL CALDWELL, Baldwyn; 
Med. I. • CHARLES ALEXANDER CALVERT, Oxford; Law I, Phi Eta Sigma. • WILSON CLARK 
CALVERT. Union; Med. I. Sigma Chi. 




Bill Biiiell, Editor of the Law Journal 



UNDER 

CLASS 



WILLIAM BREWER 
RAMON BURGESS 



PHIL BROCK 
LAMPKIN BUTTS 



WILLIAM BROOKS 
WALLACE CALDWELL 



VERNON BROOM 
CHARLES CALVERT 



ERNEST BROWN 
WILSON CALVERT 





O. CAMERON 



GUY CAMPBELL 



WILLIAM CAMP 



FREDERICK CARNEY 



NOEL CHILDRESS 



Adnyaneed JPrafessianul 



TOP: 




• O. WINSTON CAMERON, Meridian; Law II. Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, Legal Fraternity, '46. 

• GUY D. CAMPBELL, Laurel; Med. II, Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Pi Kappa 
Pi, Phi Chi, Beta Beta Beta, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '44-'45, '45-'46, Hall 
of Fame, 1945; Ole Miss Y; Wesley Foundation. • WILLIAM HERMAN CAMP, Dorsey; Law I. 

• FREDERICK THOMAS CARNEY, Memphis; Law I; Kappa Alpha. • NOEL ARTHUR CHILDRESS, 
Oxford; Graduate. 



• First Row: CHARLES CLARK, Cleveland; Law I; Kappa Alpha. • RAYMOND S. COX, Jackson; Law 
I; Sigma Nu. • JAY DAVID COHEN, New York City, Graduate; Pi Kappa Pi. • MARTIN COHEN, 
New York City; Graduate. • GROVER C. COLEMAN, Mendenhall; Graduate; Mason-Lion's Club. 



• Second Row: WILLIAM DEWIH COLEMAN, Ackerman; Law II; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Scholastic 
Legal Fraternity. • DONALD CARLOS COOLEY, Hailehurst; Law I; Delta Psi; Legal Fraternity. 

• CHARLES E. CRAWFORD, JR., Isola; Law I; Beta Theta Pi. • GEORGE H. CRAWFORD, JR., 
Aberdeen; Law I; Kappa Alpha, • WILLIAM EPHRIAM CRESSWELL, Durant, Law II, Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. Cardinal Club, '44; Phi Alpha Delta. 





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Schawls 



• JAMES CARPENTER CRIGLER, Starkvllle; Law II; Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi. • JAMES SEABORN 
DALE, JR., Columbia; Law II; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta. • JOSEPH DALE, Prentiss; Law 11; Phi 
Delta Phi, '43. 



• First Row: JOHN OSCAR DAMPEER, JR., Summit; Med. I; Sigma Nu. • LUTHER C. DAWSON, 
Gloster; Graduate. • JEFF DAVIS DILLARD, Itta Bena; Graduate; Sigma Chi. • GEORGE EARL 
EMMETT, Clinton; Med. I. • HAMPTON CALVIN ENGLAND, JR., Crystal Springs; Med. I. 



UNDER 



O Second Row: MARK EMERSON ETHRIDGE, Jackson; Law II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi. • JOHN 
JAMES FRAISER, Minter City; Law I; Sigma Chi; Inter-Fraternity Dance Committee, '44; Student- 
Faculty Committee, '46; Inter-Fraternity Council, '46; A.S.B. Dance Committee, '44. • JAMES W. FREE- 
LAND, Somerville; Law I; Delta Tau Delta. • NORMA JEAN FIX, Aspinwall, Pennsylvania; Graduate; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • CRAWFORD DENTON GIBBES. JR., Laurel; Law I; Kappa Alpha. 



CLASS 



JOHN DAMPEER, JR. 
MARK ETHRIDGE 



LUTHER DAWSON 
JOHN FRAISER 



JEFF DILLARD 
JAMES FREELAND 



GEORGE EMMETT 
NORMA FIX 



HAMPTON ENGLAND, JR. 
CRAWFORD GIBBES, JR. 





EDWIN GILLESPIE 



NED SOHHELF 



HUGH GOWAN 



ERNEST GRAVES 



NORMAN GREEN 



Advanced Prafessianai 




TOP: 



• EDWIN C. GILLESPIE, Columbia, Tenn.; Grad. I; Delta Psi. • NED GOTTHELF, Vicksburg; Law II; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Hall of Fame, '42; President, Omicron Delta Kappa, 
'42; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges; Scabbard and Blade; Vice President, Omicron 
Delta Kappa, '41; Honor Roll, I, 2, 3; Commander Hood's Brigade, '40; Cardinal Club, '39; President 
Cardinal Club, '40; Chairman, Floor Committee Gym Dances, '41; Senior Captain R.O.T.C, '41; Co- 
publisher, Student Directory, '40- Track, '39; Treasurer of Committee of 100, '40; Rebel Staff, Annual 
Staff; Mississippian Staff. • HUGH LEE GOWAN, Kosciusko; Med. I; Phi Delta Theta; Catholic Club, 
'41, '43; ERNEST W. GRAVES, Laurel; Law I; Kappa Alpha. • NORMAN EVERETT GREEN. Wesson; 
Med. I. 



• First Row: HERBERT W. GREGORY Calhoun City; Graduate. • JOSEPH RUBLE GRIFFIN Mantee; 
Law I. • WILBURN SCOTT GRIFFIN, Mantee; Graduate; Fellowship Forum, '46, '47. • DAVID BYRAN 
GROSS, Laurel; Law II; Lambda Chi Alpha; Phi Delta Phi. • CLAUD MILLER HAILEY, Meridian. 



• Second Row: JAMES H. HAILEY, Tupelo; Graduate; Phi Kappa Psi. • BENJAMIN SHANDS HARDY, 
Jackson; Law II; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta. • EVERETTE L. HARPER, Moss Point; Law I; Alpha 
Tau Omega; Phi Eta Sigma; M Club; Football and Track Letters, '45, '44; Hall of Fame. • MAURICE 
LAWRENCE HAYES, Cascilla; Med. I. • ROWLAND WEBSTER HEIDELBERG. JR., Hattiesburg; Law 
II; Sigma Chi; Cardinal Club, '41, '42; Honor Roll, '42; Phi Delta Phi; Associate Editor, Miss. Law 
Journal. '44-'47; Veterans Club. 



HERBERT GREGORY 
JAMES HALEY 



JOSEPH GRIFFIN 
BENJAMIN HARDY 



WILBURN GRIFFIN 
EVERETT HARPER 



MAURICE HAYES 



CLAUD HAILEY 
ROWLAND HEIDELBERG. JR. 





• HARRY D. HELMAN. Florence; Med. I. • ROBERT HARVEY HENDERSON. Sumner; Graduate Law 
II; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Glee Club. I. 2, 3; Band, 3. 4; Business Manager. 4; 
Business Manager, OLE MISS; M Book, University Chorus, 2, 3. 4; Mississippian Staff, 2, 3. 4; Cardinal 
Club; Dance Committee, Lyceum Committee; Veterans Club; Who's Who' in American Colleges and 
Universities. • LOUIE C. HENRY. Watervalley; Graduate; Med. I; Sigma Chi. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: GEORGE WILLIAM HERRING, Meridian; Med. I; Kappa Sigma. • THURMAN HORTON 
HILLMAN, Leakesville; Law I. • HOMER LEE HOWIE, Jackson; Law I; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• CHARLES C. JACOBS, JR., Rosedale; Law II; Delta Psi. • ROBERT FRANKLIN JURASCHEK, 
Mathiston; Law I; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: HUNTER HUDSON KIMBALL, JR.. Gulfport; Law I; Kappa Sigma; Phi Sigma; Mis- 
sissippian, '41; President, Cantabury Club, '42; Vice President, International Relations Club, '42. 

• LEE GIBBS KIRK, Bentonia; Law I; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH SARELLE KNIGHT, Hattiesburg; 
Law I; Kappa Alpha. • ROBERT LAMAR LAMBRIGHT. JR., Jackson; Med. I; Kappa Sigma; Committee 
of 100; Pre-Med. Fraternity. • ROGER CARLTON LANDRUM, Kosciusko; Law II; Phi Delta Theta; Her- 
mean, '38, '39; Flying Rebels, '41; Cadet Officer, R.O.T.C, '40, '41, '42; Gym Dance Committee, '41; 
Phi Delta Phi, '46; Miss. Law Journal, '44; Secretary-Treasurer, Jr. Law Class. 



Ann Bogard, President of Women's S+uder\t 
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UNDER 

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BURTON LINDAU 



WILLIAM LLOYD 



WILLIAM LUCKETT 



ANGUS McBRYDE 



Advanced M^rafessianal 




TOP: 

• NATHAN LEVY, JR., VIcksburg; Law I. • BURTON LINDAU. Miami, Fla.; Graduate. • WILLIAM 
BALDWIN LLOYD, Jackson; Law II; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM OLIVER LUCKETT, Canton; Law I; 
Delta Psi. • ANGUS MITCHELL McBRYDE, Sumrall; Med. I; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Rho Chi; B.S. in 
Pharmacy. 



• First Row: JAMES THOMAS McCAFFERTY, JR., Winona; Law I; Kappa Sigma. • SAM P. Mc- 
CLATCHY, University; Med. I; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Senior Y Cabinet; Student 
Officer ROTC. • JOHN ARTHUR McCROSSMAN, Fall River, Mass.; Graduate; Beta Theta Pi. 

• ROBERT H. McFARLAND, Bay Springs; Law I; Phi Delta Phi. • JAMES CLAUDE McGEHEE, Bude; 
Law II; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Second Row: MAYES McGEHEE, Bude; Law II. • WILLIAM E. MclNTYRE, JR.. Brandon; Law I; 
Kappa Alpha; Honor Roll, '46; Vice-President. Veterans Organization, '46, '47; OLE MISS STAFF. '40, '41. 
'42; Mississippian Staff. '40. '41. • WILLIAM QUINN McKEE, Starkville; Law 11; Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Alpha Delta. • MRS. DAVID McKINNEY, Oxford; Graduate. • JOHN CAMPBELL McLAURIN, Bran- 
don; Law I; Kappa Alpha; Treasurer, B.S.C. School, '44; Treasurer, Cardinal Club, '43; President, Intra- 
Mural Council Summer Session, '44. 



JAMES McCAFFERTY. JR. 
MAYES McGEHEE 



SAM McCLATCHY 
WILLIAM MclNTYRE, JR. 



JOHN McCROSSMAN 
WILLIAM McKEE 



ROBERT McFARLAND 
MRS. DAVID McKINNEY 



JAMES McGEHEE 
JOHN McLAURIN 





PELHAM McMURRAY 



ERIC McVEY 



ROLAND MARBLE 



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TOP: 



• PELHAM McMURRY, Paducah, Ky.; Sigma Nu; Law II; Phi Delta Phi. • ERIC A McVEY, Lambe 
Med. I; Sigma Chi. • ROLAND DUDLEY MARBLE, Leiand; Law I; Kappa Alpha. 



• First Row: JEFF DAVIS MARTIN, JR., Raleigh; Law I. • P. A. MARTIN. JR., Dorscy; Law I. 

• MARSHALL GAY MASON, Lineville, Ala.; Graduate. • ROSE P MAY, Mendenhall; Law I; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Freshman Law Class. • WALTER DENT MAY, Mtndenhall; Law I. 



• Second Row; LEONARD B. MELVIN, JR., Laurel; Law I; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • JOE MOORE. Durant; 
Law I. • CLARENCE EDWARD MORGAN, JR., Kosciusko; Law I; Delta Psi; Inter-Fraternity Council, 
'42; Committee on Student Grievances. • FOREST M. MORRIS. Hattiesburg; Law I; Graduate. 

• WESLEY ROBERT MYERS, Water Valley; Law I; Pi Kappa Alpha. 




Ray Poole, Colonel Rebel 



UNDER 

CLASS 



JEFF MARTIN, JR. 
LEONARD MELVIN, JR. 



P. A. MARTIN, JR. 
JOE MOORE 



MARSHALL MASON 
CLARENCE MORGAN JR. 



ROSE MAY WALTER MAY 

FOREST MORRIS WESLEY MYERS 






TOP: 



• WILL A, NASON, Belioni; Law I; Delta Psi. • WALTER RIDGWAY NEILL, Ellisville; Med. I; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. • ROBERT GEORGE NICHOLS, JR., Jackson; Law I; Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Liberal Arts Degree; OLE MISS Staff. • JAMES FRANKLIN NOBLE, JR., Brookhaven; Law I; 
Kappa Sigma. • BEN OWEN. Columbus; Law 11; Phi Delta Theta; Hermean, I, 2, 3. 4; Phi Sigma, 
I, 2, 3, 4; United Sons of the South, I, 2, 3, 4. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: BERNARD SUTHERLAND PATRICK, Corinth; Med. I; Sigma Chi. • MORAN M. POPE, 

JR., Hattiesburg; Law I; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM CAREY POWERS, Holly Springs; Law II; Delta 

Kappa Epsilon. • JOHN WILLIAM PREWITT, Cruger; Law I. • JAMES H. PRICE III, Magnolia; 
Law I; Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: JOHN HENRY PRICE, JR., Indianola; Law I. • JAMES W. RALEY. Law I; Sigma Chi. 

• HENDERSON JOE RAY, Pontotoc; Law I. • H. M. RAY, Rienii; Law I; Sigma Chi; Treasurar. Delta 
Sigma PI; Veterans Club. • HUGH S. RAYNER, Meridian; Med. I; Kappa Alpha. 



BERNARD PATRICK 
JOHN PRICE, JR. 



10RAN POPE, JR. 
JAMES RALEY 



WILLIAM POWERS 
HENDERSON RAY 



JOHN PREWITT 
H. M. RAY 



JAMES PRICE, III 
HUGH RAYNER 








JOSEPH REID, JR. 



SIDNEY ROBINSON. JR. 



MAX ROGERS 



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TOP: 

• JOSEPH SHULER REID, JR., Natchez; Law I, • SIDNEY A. ROBINSON, JR., Jackson; Law I; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi; Hoods Brigade. '42; Scabbard and Blade. '43. • MAX EDWIN 
ROGERS. Sumner; Law I. 




Billy Griffin, First Semester President of Veteran's 
Club 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: JOHN DAVID ROSS, Lambert; Graduate; Sigma Theta Pi; Graduate Scholarship. GLOVER 
ALCORN RUSSELL, Clarksdale; Law I; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • CLARENCE RAY SCALES, Jackson; Law 
I; Kappa Sigma. • TOM BURKETT SCOTT, JR., Jackson; Law 11; Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; Execu- 
tive Committee of Veterans Club. • FRANK EDWARD SHANAHAN, JR., Vicksburg; Law I; Sigma Nu; 
Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Sigma; Registration Committee; YMCA Council; Religious Emphasis Committee. '42, 
'43; Glee Club '41, '42, '43; Mississippian Staff, '41, '42, '43; Rebel Staff. '41, '42; Veterans Club, '46, '47. 



• Second Row: JOHN H SHANDS, Fulton; Law I; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES F. SHUMATE. JR., Meridian; 
Law II; Kappa Sigma; Flying Rebels, '40, '41; Committee on Student Grievances. • DORRIS ANNICE 
SHUMPERT, Nettleton; Med. 1; Biology Club, Beta Beta Beta. • S. J. SIMPSON, Winona; Law II; 
Commerce degree. University of Miss. • SHIELDS SIMS, Columbus; Law I; Alpha Tau Omega; Inter- 
fraternity Council, '44; President, Alpha Tau Omega, '46; Dance Committee, '46; Veterans Club, '46. 



UNDER 

CLASS 



JOHN SHANDS 



GLOVER RUSSELL 
JAMES SHUMATE, JR 





BURRIS SMITH 



ROBERT SOLOMON 



DOUGLAS STONE 



FLOYD STRATTON 



JACK STUART 



Advaneed Prafessianal 




TOP: 

• BURRIS OLEN SMITH, Louisville, Law I; Alpha Tau Omega; Inter-fraternlty Council, '46, '47; Veterans 
Club; Phi Alpha Delta. • ROBERT MARK SOLOMON, Bay St. Louis; Graduate; Phi Kappa Psi; Presi- 
dent, Student Body, '44. • DOUGLAS CLYDE STONE, Columbus; Law II; Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; President, Student Body, '44, '45; President, YMCA, '45. '46; Who's Who, '44, '45; President, 
Wesley Foundation, '46, '47; Debating, '44, '45; Hall of Fame; Dance Committee, '44, '45; Intrafraternity 
Council, '44, '45. • FLOYD W. STRATTON, Liberty; Law I; Beta Theta Pi; • JACK E. STUART, Hattles- 
burg; Law 11; Phi Delta Theta; Football Manager, '44; YMCA, '44, '45; Interfraternity Council, '45, '46; 
Dance Committee, '45, '46; Rebel Staff, '44. '45; Phi Alpha Delta. 

BOTTOM: 

• First Row: PERSHING B. SULLIVAN, Mile; Law I. • ALIBOON SUMMER. Pelahatchie; Law II; 
Beta Theta Pi; Phi Alpha Delta; Veterans Club. • N. S. SWEAT, Corinth; Law I; Sigma Chi; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Band, '39, '40; Orchestra, '40; Cheerleader, '41; Baseball, '42; President, Sigma Chi. '43, 
'46; President, BSC School, '43; Piesident, Intra-mural Council, '42; Chairman, Interfraternity Dance Com- 
mittee, '42; President, Interfraternity Council, '44; Tennis, '46. • THOMAS LAMAR TRIPLETT. Mashula- 



Law I; Alpha Tau Omega. • EVAN ALBERT TURNAGE, New 



ron. Law 



• Second Row: WILLIAM STEVENS TURNER, Greenwood, Law I. • JAMES LONGSTREET TYSON, JR., 
Macon; Law I; Kappa Aloha; B.S. in Business. • W. W. WALLEY. Richton; Medicine I. • IRWIN 
GERALD WATERMAN, Jackson; Law II; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Pi. • JOHN CULPEPPER WEBB, Le- 
land; Law I; Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi; B.A. degree. 



PERSHING SULLIVAN 
WILLIAM TURNER 



ALIBOON SUMMER 
JAMES TYSON, JR. 





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• LESTER D. WEBB, Ejpora; Medicine I; B.A. Degree. • JAMES CARTHELL WELBURN. Miie; Medi 
cine I; Alpha Epsilon Delta; B.S. Degree. • CALVIN BERT WELLS, Eddicefon, Law I; Kappa Sigma 



Mark Soloman, First Semester President of ASB 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: CALVIN LOWELL WELLS, Jackson; Law I; Delta Psi; Phi Eta Sigma. • JOHN Mc- 
COLLOCH WESTON. Bay St. Louis; Law I; Sigma Nu; Delta Sigma Pi; Interfraternity Council, '45, '46. 

• CHARLES HUGHSTON WHITAKER, Leiand, Medicine I; Kappa Sigma. • CHARLES EDWIN WHIT- 
TEN, Cascilla, Law I. • KNOX WHITE, Gulfport; Law II; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Cardinal Club; inter- 
fraternity Council, '44; Phi Delta Phi. 



• Second Row: ROBERT PURSER WHITE, JR., State College; Law I; Beta Kappa. • THOMAS FRED 
WICKER, Hickory Flat; Law I; Hawkins' Roommate. • TALMAGE YOUNG WILLIFORD, JR., Cleve- 
land; Medicine I; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EARL RAYMOND WILSON, Oxford; Law II; Sigma Nu; 
Mississippian; B.S.U.; Committee of 100; Phi Alpha Delta. • JEAN SMOLLEN WILSON, Richton, 
Law I. 



UNDER 
CLASS 



CALVIN L. WELLS 
ROBERT WHITE, JR 



JOHN WESTON 
THOMAS WICKER 



CHARLES WHITAKER 
TALMAGE WILLIFORD. JR. 



CHARLES WHITTEN KNOX WHITE 

EARL WILSON JEAN WILSON 





Advanced Prafessianal Schools 



UNDER 
CLASS 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: JOSEPH EANDORN WILSON, Lula; Law II; Alpha Tau Omega; Inter-fraternity Council, 
■44; Intramural Council, '44, Vice-President. • WILLIAM FOREST WINTER. Grenada; Law I; Phi Delta 
Theta; Editor, Mississipian, '43; Hall of Fame, '44; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Kappa 
Alpha; Cardinal Club Award, '41; Scribbers, President, 42. • FRED WITTY, JR., Greenwood; Law I; Phi 
Delta Theta. • W. D. WOMACK, JR., Belioni; Law I; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



• Second Row: HENRY C. WOOD, Louisville; Law I. 

• FRANCIS THOMAS ZACHARY, HATTIESBURG; Lav 
Natchez; Law I. 



JOE WROTEN, Greenville; Law I; Kapa Sigma. 
; Sigma Chi. • JOSEPH S. ZUCCARO, JR., 



JOSEPH WILSON 
HENRY WOOD 



WILLIAM WINTER 
JOE WROTEN 



FRED WITTY, JR. 
FRANCIS ZACHARY 



W. D. WOMACK, JR. 
JOSEPH ZUCCARO, JR. 













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JOHNIE ADAMS 



WILLIAM ADAMS 



DEWITT ALLRED, JR. 



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TOP: 

JANE ABSTON, Truman, Arkansas; Education; Delta Gamma; Mississipplan Staff, '43; YWCA, '43, '45, 
■46; Favorite, '44, '45; WAA, '43, '44. '45, '44; Westminster Fellowship. • JOHNIE ADAMS, Bruce; 
Business; B.S.U. Council. • WILLIAM BERNAM ADAMS, Canton; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha • DEWITT 
T. ALLRED, JR., Collins; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Sigma; Veterans Club; YMCA. • MARY 
STEWART ANDREWS, Greenville; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 

BOTTOM: 

• First Row: SARAH JANE AYCOCK, Rayville, Louisiana; Education; Phi Mu; FIX; Secretary, ASB, '44, 
'47; Pan-Hellenic Council; B.S.U. Council. • B. RICHMOND BALDWIN, Prophetstown, Illinois; Liberal 
Arts. • MARGARET RALSTON BANNING, Brookhaven; EdLCation; Kappa Delta; Home Economics 
Club, '45, Secretary, '44, President, '47; PIX, '44, '47; YWCA, '45, '44, Secretary, '47; WAA, '45, '44, 
•47; Pan Hellenic Council, '47; Westminster Fellowship, '45, '44, '47; Mississipplan Staff, '45, '46; 
F.T.A,, '47. • MRS. LUCY OWEN BARNETT, Jackson; Education; Committee of 100; President, YWCA, 
'47. • SOPHIANNE BARNER, Ruleville; Education; Phi Mu; Rebel Staff, '44. '45, '44; Mississippian 
Staff, '44; OLE MISS Staff, '44, '45, '44; WAA, '44; YWCA, '44; Wesleyan Foundation, '44, '45, '44. 

• Second Row: CARROLL RAYBOURNE BALL, Montrose; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • FINLEY 
EUGENE BELCHER, Rosedale; Business; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; Taylor 
Medal in Accounting. • DAVID NEAL BENNETT, Ripley; Education; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JAMES AL- 
BERT BENNETT, Vardaman; Education; B.S.U. Council, '44, '47; Veterans Club, '44, '47; Independent 
Organization, '44, '47; Honor Roll, '46; • LILLIAN ROSE BLANKS, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; 
Home Economics Club; Mississipplan Staff; Rebel Staff. 



SARAH AYCOCK 
CARROLL BALL 



B. BALDWIN 
■^LEY BELCHER 



MARGARET BANNING 
DAVID BENNETT 



MRS. LUCY BARNETT 
JAMES BENNETT 



SOPHIANNE BARNER 
LILLIAN BLANKS 





ROBERT BOBO. JR 



• ROBERT EAGER BOBO, JR., Clarksdale; Business; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma 
Pi; Pi Kappa Pi; Advanced ROTC 43; Cardinal Club. '42; Hood's Brigade. • ANN VAREE BOGARD. 
Parkin, Arkansas; Education; Kappa Delta; President, Freshman Y; Wesle^an Foundation; Glee Club; 
President, Sigma Alpha lota, '45; President. W.S.G.A., '46; Mississippian Staff; President, Kappa Delta, 

46; Pan Hellenic; WAA, '44, '45, '47; President. '45; Committee of 100; Committee oif Student 
Grievances; Hall of Fame. • LELA BOOTH, Tupelo; Business; Delta Delta Delta; WAA, 45, '44; YWCA, 
'45, '44; Rebel Staff, '45, '44; Annual Staff, '45. '44. 

BOTTOM: 

• First Row: ROBERT ALEXANDER BONDS, JR., Holly Sorings; Business; Delta Kappa Epsllon- Presi- 
dent, YMCA, '44, '47; President, Phi Eta Sigma. '44; Omicron Delta Kappa; Vice-President, Inter- 
Frafernity Council, '44; Delta Sigma Pi; Chairman, Inter-Fraternity Dance Committee, '45. '44; A.S.B. Dance 
Committee. '45. '44; Committee of 100. '44; Registration Committee. '44; OLE MISS Staff. '45. '44; Com- 
mittee of Student Grievances; Hall of Fame. • LORETTA CAI^ILLE BORROUM Corinth;' Pharmacy 

• THOIvtAS DeVAIVE BOURDEAUX, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta; Mississippian Staff. '45; 
Editor. Mississippian. '44. '47; Committee of 100. '44; Registration Committee, '44- Inter-fraternity Dance 
Committee. 44; YMCA. Hall of Fame. • JAMES HENRY BOUTWELL. Laurel;' Liberal Arts- Kappa 
Sigma; Inter-Fraternity Council. '45; Veterans Club. '45. • MARY ELIZABETH BOYKIN, Vaiden; Liberal 
Arts. 

• Second Row: LUCY LE3 BOYLE, Clarksdale; Chi Omega; Liberal Arts. • RALPH EDWARD BRAD- 
LEY, Aberdeen; Phi Delta Theta; Liberal Arts. • MARY ANN BRANDON, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta; Home Economics Club, '44, '47; Rebel Staff, '44, '47; Canterbury Club. '44. • MARY 
WINIFRED BRANDON, New Orleans. Louisiana; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma; YWCA. '44. '47; 
University Glee Club. '44. '47; Canterbury Club. '44, 47; WAA. '47; Vice-President, Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. '47. • SIDNEY JEAN BRELAND. Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. 



Jim Barnett, Second Semesfer President of ASB 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



ROBERT BONDS, JR. 


LORETTA BORROUM 


THOMAS BOURDEAUX 


JAMES BOUTWELL 


MARY BOYKIN 


LUCY BOYLE 


RALPH BRADLEY 


MARY A. BRANDON 


MARY W. BRANDON 


SIDNEY BRELAND 





P^^O 



JAMES BROOKS 



RUTH BROWN 



CATHERINE BURDETTE 



JAMES BUFORD 



ROBERT BUIE 



• • University 



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TOP: 

• JAMES EDWARD BROOKS, West Helena, Arkansas; Business; Phi Kappa PsI; Mississippian, '42; M 
Book, '42; Inter-Fraternity Council, '44; Intramural Council, '43; President, Phi Kappa Psi; Veterans Club. 

• RUTH WARREN BROWN, Water Valley; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; Canterbury Club; YWCA. 

• CATHERINE AUBREY BURDETTE, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; W.S.G.A. • JAMES DUDLEY 
BUFORD, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; Honor Roll, '44. • ROBERT LOWRY BUIE, Jackson; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Alpha. 

BOTTOM: 

• First Row: MRS. LOUISE WATSON BUNTIN, Nesbitt; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • SHED HILL CAFFEY. 
JR., Columbus; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta; President, Freshman YMCA, '44; Vice-President, Wesleyan 
Foundation, '44; Glee Club; Hermean Literary Society; Tennis Team, '44; YMCA; Honor Roll. • ROBERT 
S. CALDWELL, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; MOAKS, 42; Intramural Council, '42; Hermean 
Literary Society. '39, '40, '41; YMCA, 39, '40 '41, 42. • MARY CHARLEEN CAMPBELL, New Orleans, 
Louisiana; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • WILLIAM M. CAMPBELL, Memphis, Tennessee; Education; 
Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: MACK CARMICHAEL, Meridian; Business; Kappa Sigma; Veterans Club. • MARTHA 
ADAIR CARNEY, Gloster; Liberal Arts; YWCA; WAA; Wesleyan Foundation; Independent Organiza- 
tion. • CLARENCE E. CASTLE, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Football, '44, '45; M Club; Phi Eta Sigma; In- 
dependent Organization; Veterans Club. • WALTA CAUSEY, Sardis; Education; Mississippian Staff, '44, 
'45; Committee of 100; M Book Staff, '47; OLE MISS Staff. '44, '47; Glee Club; WAA, '45; YWCA, '44, 
'47. • BERNICE PAULINE COCHRAN, Oakland; Liberal Arts; Biology Club, '44, '44, '47; Beta Beta 
Beta, '44, '47. 



MRS. LOUISE BUNTIN 
MACK CARMICHAEL 



SHED CAFFEY, JR. 
MARTHA CARNEY 



ROBERT CALDWELL 
CLARENCE CASTLE 



MARY CAMPBELL 
WALTA CAUSEY 



WILLIAM CAMPBELL 
BERNICE COCHRAN 





• GRADY COLLINS, Water Valley; Business. • RUPERT ALLON COLLINS. Wate 

• JANE RANDOLPH COOK, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma- YWCA. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: CAMILLE ELIZABETH COVINGTON, Canton; Education; Delta Delta Delta; ■¥' Senior 
Cabinet, Westminster Fellowship, OLE MISS Staff, FTA, Committee of 100. • ROBERT E. COX, Maroa, 
Illinois; Business. • BETTY SUE CRAWFORD, Marianna, Arkansas; Liberal Arts. • DOROTHY CHAM- 
PION, Greenville; Business; Senior "Y", Wesley Foundation. • CONSTANCE CHATHAM, Shaw; Liberal 
Arts; Chi Omega; YWCA; Westminster Assn.; W.A.A. 



• Second Row: JAMES NORMAN CLAYTON, JR., Crenshaw; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • DUD- 
LEY BRYANT CLOWER, JR., Greanviile; Business; Delta Psi. • GLADYS CUNNINGHAM, Summit; 
Education; Phi Mu; PIX, '45, 'At, '47; W.A.A., '^5, '46, '47; "Y". '45, '46, '47; W.S.G.A., '45, '44. 

• ARCH DALRYMPLE, Amory; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • GEORGIA DOROTHY DAY, Inverness; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; W.A.A. , '43, '44; Home Economics Club, '43, '44, '45; Vice-President and 
President, '45; Cammittee of 100, '44, '45; PIX, '44, '45; Mortar Board, Vice-President, 46; OLE MISS 
Staff, '43, '44, '45; Asst. Business Manager, '45; Misslssippian Staff, '44; Y.W.C.A., '45; Delta Delta Delta, 
President. '46. '47; Pan Hellenic President, '46, '47; International Relations Club, '45. 



Lil Prewftt, President of Mortar Board 



SENIOR 
CLASS 



CAMILLE COVINGTON 
JAMES CLAYTON, JR. 



ROBERT COX 
DUDLEY CLOWER, JR. 



BETTY CRAWFORD 
GLADYS CUNNINGHAM 



DOROTHY CHAMPION 
ARCH DALRYMPLE 



CONSTANCE CHATHAM 
GEORGIA DAY 





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HAL DABBS, JR. 



ROBERT DANIEL, JR. 



MAURICE DAVIDSON 



C. M. DAVIS. JR. 



JACK DAVIS 



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TOP: 

• HAL N. DABBS, JR., Quitman; Business; Kappa Alpha. • ROBERT SINCLAIR DANIEL, JR., Brook, 
haven; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • MAURICE WYNNE DAVIDSON, Hernando; Business; Delta Kappa 
Epsllon; Delta Sigma Pi; 'Y', '45. '46. '47; Dance Committee, Mi. '47. • C. M. DAVIS. JR . Moorhead; 
Business; Sigma Chi. • JACK SIMPSON DAVIS. New Albany; Liberal Arts. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: Norma All 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gan.,.,„. ^.^...^ 

• CHARLES MARION DIAL, Keise . , . . 

Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • THOMAS A. DOOLITTLE. Jackson; B 



Dees. Philadelphia; Education; 
Siqma Alpha lota; Pix; G 



Delta Gamma. • INEZ DENTON. Shaw 
e Club; Rebel; Home Economics Club 
Pharmacy. • CHARLOTTE LOVE DICKEY. Leiand 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: PEGGE LOUISE DRENNAN, Mendenhall; Business; Zefa Tau Alpha. • ALLYN 
SIDNEY DREW. Minden, Louisiana; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha; W.A.A.; "Y". • ELEANOR LUCILE 
EDWARDS. Canton; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta; Westminster Fellowship: Senior "Y". • MAURICE 
ELLARD. Bruce; Business; Y.W.C.A. • WILLIAM C. ERICKSON, Hollis, Long Island, New York; 
Education; Football, '41, '42, '46; Baseball, '43. '46. 





FRANCES ESTES 



JOHN ETHERIDGE 



JAMES FALKNER 



M 



BSStfSSMppt 



47; M Book Staff 
omy and History 



ta Gamma: YWCA. 'At, '47; Vice-President. '47; 
Bditor, '47; Committee of 100, '46. ■47; Pi Kappa 
Baptist Student Union, '46, '47; B.S.U. Council; 
Committee, '47. • JOHN THOMAS ETHERIDGE Menden- 



TOP: 

• FRANCES MARION ESTES 

Ctiairman of Religion Service 

P;, '47; Taylor Medal in Ast 

Mississippian, '44, '47; F.T.A., '47; Registrati^ 

hall; Business; Delta Psi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Pi; Delta Sigma Pi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Taylor Medal 

in Economics, '45, '44; Honor Roll, '42, 43, '44, 45, 44. • JAMES MURRY FALKNER, Oxford; Liberal 

Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: CHARLES FARRIS. Leiand; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramural Council, '43, '44; 
Catholic Club. • WILLIE CAROL FERGUSON, Guntown; Education. • JEANNE R. FERRELL, Memphis; 
Education. • KENNETH COX FOOSE, Tchula; Business; Phi Delta Theta; Rebel Band; Y.M.C.A.; Mis- 
sissippian Staff, '44. • THEODORE BULKLEY FORD, Columbia; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha; President of 
Freshman Y. '41; MOAKS, '43; Hoods Brigade, '43. 



• Second Row: FRED LEE FIELDER, JR., Greenville; Business. • RICHARD NORMAN FENGER, Oxford 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JAMES HESTER FOX, Canton; Business; Delta Psi. • KATHLEEN LEONOR/ 
FULGHUM, Pensacola; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; Home Ec. Club, '44, '45, ■46, '47; Pan-Hellenic Council 
■45, '46. '47. 




William Winter, Second Semeste 
ODK 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



CHARLES FARRIS 
FRED FIELDER, JR. 



WILLIE FERGUSON 
RICHARD FENGER 



JtANNE FERRELL 
WAYNE FINGER 



KENNETH FOOSE 
JAMES FOX 



THEODORE FORD 
KATHLEEN FULGHUM 




JOHN GALLOWAY 



SAMUEL GALLOWAY 



RACHEL GARDNER 



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TOP: 

• JOHN ALBERT GALLOWAY, Pontotoc; Education. • SAMUEL CLAVIN GALLOWAY, Pontotoc; 
Liberal Arts. • RACHEL JOYCE GARDNER. Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta; Uni. Players. '45, 
■46; Future Teactier's of America, '46, '47. • ROSE MARIE GODWIN, Nastiville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma; Alpha Lambda Delta, Rebel, '43, '44, '45, '46; YWCA, '43, '44; Mississippian. '43, '44; 
Pan-Hellenic Council, '45, '46; Committee of 100, '44. • PAUL ALSTON GOWEN, Memphis. Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: ELLEN RODGERS GROSS, Louisville; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT BALLARD HALTOM, Bates- 
ville; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • GENIE STEELE HARDY, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; Flying 
Rebels; Rebel. • JOHN HAROLD HINMAN, Greenwood; Business, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cardinal Club, 
'42; MOAKS, '41; Rebel Band, '41, '42, '43; Delta Sigma PI; "Y", '41, '43, '46, '47; Veteran's Club, '46; 
Glee Club, '42. • HENRY LAWRENCE HARRINGTON, Houston; Business; Kappa Sigma. 



• Second Row: NANCY HARTON, Tullahoma; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • WILLIAM L. HARRY, 
Columbia; Business; Sigma Chi. • JOHN ELLIS HARTSFIELD, Oxford; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• EVA JEAN HAYNES, Ellisville; Education, Zeta Tau Alpha. • KATHERINE CRAFT HAZARD, Colum- 
bus; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; Mississippian Staff, '45. '46. '47; President of W.S.G.A., summer 
session. '46; YWCA. '45. '44. '47. 



ELLEN GROSS 
NANCY HARTON 



ROBERT HALTOM 
WILLIAM HARRY 



GENIE HARDY 
JOHN HARTSFIELD 



JOHN HINMAN 
EVA HAYNES 



HENRY HARRINGTON 
KATHERINE HAZARD 





EDITH HEMETER 



JOSEPH HERRING 



JAMES HINMAN 



M 



U S S M 



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TOP: 

• EDITH ELIZABETH HEMETER, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; CWENS; Biology Club 
Beta Beta Beta; Archery Club; Mississipplan Staff, '43, '44, '45; Rebel Staff, '44, '45; OLE MISS STAFF 
W.A.A.; YWCA. • JOSEPH KYLE HERRING, Clarksdale; Education; Beta Theta Pi; Vice-President o 
Westminster Fellowship; Inter-Fraternity; Dance Committee. • JAMES CADENHEAD HINMAN, Pasca 
goula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: EVELYN CHERRY HODGES. Meridian; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • WILLIAM THOMAS 
HOLLIS, Derma; Pharmacy. • JESSE BOYCE HOLLEMAN, Wiggins; Liberal Arts; Mississippian Staff, 
■41, '42; Phi Sigma, '41, '42; Debate Team, '41, '42, '46, '47; Veterans Club. '46, '47. • CALVIN VIRGIL 
HOLMES, Newhemron; Liberal Arts. • LELANO HUME, Jackson; Engineering; Sigma Chi; A.S.C.E.. '42, 
'43; Intramural Council, '43, '44; Executive Council, '44; President. Engineers School. '44; Executive Coun- 
cil, '44; Inter-Fraternity Council, '44; A.S.C.E., '46. 



• Second Row: LAWRENCE HUTTON, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • EMMITT ELSWORTH JAMISON, Pasca- 
goula; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • ANNELLE JOHNSTON, Madison; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; 
Homo Ec. Club, '44, '45, '44; WAA, '44, '45. '46; OLE MISS, '44, '45, '46; Mississippian, '44, '45, '46. 
ORVILLE VERNON JOHNSON, Whitehaven, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. • WALTER BEAU- 
CHAMP JOHNSON. Jackson; Liberal Arts; PI Kappa Alpha; Univ. Players. '46, '47; Debate Club, '46, 




Logan Phillips, Cadet Colonel of the R.O.T.C. 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



EVELYN HODGES 
LAWRENCE HUTTON 



WILLIAM HOLLIS 
EMMITT JAMISON 



JESSE HOLLEMAN 
ANNELLE JOHNSTON 



CALVIN HOLMES LELAND HUME 

ORVILLE JOHNSON WALTER JOHNSON 





W. JOHNSON 



ERNEST JONES 



LUTHER JONES 



NANCY JONES 



MARY JORDAN 



University at 




TOP: 



• W. JOSEPH JOHNSON, Marietta; Education. • ERNEST FOX JONES. Laurel, I 
Veterans Club. ■46. • LUTHER R. JONES. Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering; Alpha 
Club, '42. '43; AS C.E., 46 • NANCY ELIZABETH JONES, Magee; Liberal Arts 
JORDAN, Columbia; Education; Kappa Delta. 



siness; Kappa Alpha; 
3u Omega; Cardinal 
• MARY TALMAGE 



• First Row: JOHN TOLIVER KEETON, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • HENRY GRADY 
KERSH, JR., Jackson; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • JEANNE PATRICIA KOFFMAN. Vicksburg; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta; Education III Book. '46; Committee of 100; YWCA.; Treasurer of Canterbury 
Club; Home Economics Club; Annual Staff. • DIONYSIA MERCEDES NICHOLS KONTOS. Montgomery. 
Ala.; Liberal Arts; Tri Beta; Honor Roll, '44, '45. • MELVIN MARVIN KRAUS, Belioni; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Episilon Phi; Ole Miss Band, '41, '42, '43; Mississippian. '42, '43, 



• Second Row: FLORENCE ELEANOR LANDRUM, Laurel; Education, • lONE LAUDERDALE, Hernando, 
Education; Phi Mu, • PAULINE LAWSON, Raleigh; Business. • ROBERT N LEAVELL, Oxford; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Honor Roll, '46. • HERBERT J. C. LEE, Brooklyn; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Committee of 100; Inter-Fraternity Council; Intramural Council; Veterans Club; Rebel Staff, '45. 



JOHN KEETON 
FLORENCE LANDRUN 



HENRY KERSH, JR. 
lONE LAUDERDALE 



JEANNE KOFFMAN 
PAULINE LAWSON 



DIONYSIA KONTOS 
ROBERT LEAVELL 



MELVIN KRAUS 
HERBERT LEE 





• THOMAS ALLEN LILES, JR., Jflckson; Business. • ROSE DAWN LITTLE PAGE, Hattiesburq; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Delta; Secretar/, Canterbury Club. '46; WAA, 'tS. 'At; Glee Club, '45; Canterbury Club. 
'45. '46; Secretary of Kappa Delta, '44. • LEONARD VAN LOCKLEY, JR., Newton; Business. 



• First Row: JACOB PRINCE LONGINO, Silver Creek; Liberal Arts. • JOHN L. LOZES, Pass Christian; 
Business; Catholic Club; I.R.C.; Veterans Club. • MITCHELL McKREE LUNDY, Philadelphia; Liberal 
Arts. • JOHN W. McARTHUR, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta; Cornmittee ot 100; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Intramural Council; President of Flying Rebels. • BONNIE SUE McCAIN, Okolona; 
Business- Delta Delta Delta; WAA, '45, '46; Rebel Staft, '45, '47- YWCA '45. 47. 



• Second Row: CHARLES DAVID McCOOL, Louisville; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • EVERETTE 
CONWAY McCRACKEN. Dundee; Business; Phi Kappa Psi; Newman Club; Student Dance Committee, '45; 
Veterans Club, '45, '46. • EDITH McLAUGHLIN, Forest; Education; Home Economics Club, '46, '47; 
House President, Barnard Hall, '47; Treasurer of Home Economics Club, '47; Y'^VCA, '46, '47. • SAMUEL 
REID McMURRAY, JR., Batesville; Business. • MAY HILL McMURRAY, Batesville; Education; Delta 
Zeta; University Players; Choral Club; Glee Club; Treasurer of FTA; Westminster Fellowship; Y Choir. 



Tom Bourdeaux, EcJitor of The Misslsslpplar 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



JACOB LONGINO 
CHARLES McCOOL 



JOHN LOZES 
EVERETTE McCRACKEN 



MITCHELL LUNDY 

EDITH Mclaughlin 



JOHN McARTHUR BONNIE McCAIN 

SAMUEL McMURRAY, JR MAY McMURRAY 





JAMES MacLlh 



ALVIN MAPLES 



ROBERT MARCUS 



DOROTHY MARTIN 



OLENE MARTIN 



University a f 








TOP: 

• JAMES NATHANIEL MacLIN, Mason, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Inter-Fraternity 
Council: YMCA; Loyalist Party Caucus, Chairman. • ALVIN CLARK MAPLES, Leakesville; Education; 
Pi Kappa Alpha; A.S.B. Council; Band. • ROBERT LOUIS MARCUS, Jonestown; Liberal Arts- Phi 
Epsilon Pi; Who's Who, '45; Cheer Leader, '43. '44, '45; Committee of 100; YMCA; Cabinet Dance 
Committee, '43. '44. '45. '46; Chairman, '43, '46; Mississippian, '43. '44; Rebel, '43, '44, '45; Intramural 
Council. '43. '44 '45; Intar-Fraternlty Council; OLE MISS. '3. 44. • DOROTHY VIRGINIA MARTIN 
Starkville; Business. • OLENE MARTIN, Dorsey; Business; Delta Zeta; President, Delta Zeta. YWCA, 
WAA. Pan Hellenic Council. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: MARY ELIZABETH MAHOX. New Albany; Liberal Arts; Beta Beta Beta; YWCA; WAA; 
Wesley Foundation; Biology Club; Choral Club. • CLIFTON MAXWELL, Jackson; Business; Kappa 
Alpha; Phi Kappa Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Honor Roll. • AUDREY MENDEZ, Edgewater Park; Education; 
Delta Zeta; Union Players, '45, '46; Vice-President. Future Teachers of America. '46, '47. • ARTHUR M. 
MERRELL, Meridian; Business; Kappa Alpha; Executive Council. • MARILYN MAE MILLER. Louisville; 
Liberal Arts. Delta Gamma. 

• Second Row: DORIS MILLS, Kossuth; Liberal Arts; WILLIAM GOEBEL MIZE, JR., Jackson; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; YMCA Treasurer; BSU; Baseball. '43. '46, '47; M Club; Intramural Council, '42; 
Inter-Fraternity Council. '46; Committee of 100, '42, '43, '46. • HAZEL MOHAMED, BelionI; Business. 

• CHARLES RANDOLPH MOORE, BIytheville, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • EDNA EARLE 
OZBORN MOORE. Union; Education. 



MARY MATTOX 
DORIS MILLS 



CLIFTON MAXWELL 
WILLIAM MIZE. JR. 



AUDREY MENDEZ 
HAZEL MOHAMED 



ARTHUR MERRELL 
CHARLES MOORE 



MARILYN MILLER 
EDNA MOORE 






NINA MOTHERSHED 



RICHARD MULLEn 



WILLIAM MUNDAY 



M 



BSStSSBppt 



TOP: 

• NINA CORNELIA MOTHERSHED, Crenshaw; Liberal Arts; Delta Delfa Delta; WAA; YWCA; Rebel, 
■45. '46. • RICHARD FREDERICK MULLETT, Quitman; Business; Sigma Nu; YMCA, '39. '40, '41, ■Al'; 
President, Rebel Band, '42; Mississippian Staff, '39, '40, '41; Rebel Staff, '39, '40; Inter-Fraternity Council, 
■45; Inter-Fraternity Dance Committee, '45. • WILLIAM BRYAN MUNDAY, Memphis, Tenn.; Education^ 
Phi Kappa PsI. 



• SARA JANE MYERS. 

i. '44; Business Manager, 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: LENA RUTH MURPHY, North Little Rock, Ark.; Liberal Arts. 
Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; YWCA; WAA; Mississippian, 'i 
'45, '46; Business Manager, OLE MISS, '46, '47; CWENS; Publications Board, '45, '44, '47; Committee of 
100, '43, 44, '45; Pan-Hellenic, '46, '47; Secretary, WSGA, 46, ■47. • FRED W. NORWOOD, Phillip; 
Business. • SYDNEY CASTEEL O'CAIN. Winona; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • CATHERINE MILLER 
OWENS, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta; University Players, '44, '45, '46; Vice-President, CWENS, 
'45, '46; YWCA, '44, '45, '46; Theater Guild, '45, '46. 

• Second Row: MANEEL PERRIGIN, Mathiston; Education. • LILLIAN PREWITT, Bolivar, Tenn.; Edu- 
cation; Kappa Delta; President, Mortar Board, '46. '47; President, Sigma Alpha lota; Reporter, WAA, 
'45, '46; Vice-President, WAA, '46, '47; PIX; Treasurer, Kappa Delta, '46. '47; Committee of 100; Wesley 
Foundation; YWCA; Dance Committee; Student Grievances Committee. O ALICIA LA'NELL PRICE, Moss 
Point; Education; University Players; FT. A.; Independent; YWCA; Debating Club. • CHRISTINE 
PRITCHETT, Lepanto, Ark.; Business. • ROBERT BOYD PICKENS, JR., New Albany; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Sigma; Dance Committee, '45, '46, '47; YMCA; Veterans Club, '45, '46, '47; Flying Rebels. 




3onds, President of the YMCA 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



LENA MURPHY 
MANEEL PERRIGIN 



SARA MYERS 
LILLIAN PREWITT 



FRED NORWOOD 
ALICIA PRICE 



SYDNEY O'CAIN 
CHRISTINE PRITCHETT 



CATHERINE OWENS 
ROBERT PICKENS, JR. 





VLBERT PIPPEN 



OLIVER POOLE 



NANCY PULLER 



CATHERINE PURVIS 



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s i t y at 




TOP: 

• ALBERT CARPENTER PIPPEN, Columbus; Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha. • OLIVER LAMAR POOLE 
Gloster; Education; Football. '40, -ll, '42- Basketball, '40, '41, 42 Baseball 40 '42 • RAY S POOLE' 
Gioster; Education; Football, '40, '41, '42, '46- Basketball '41, '42 '43 '47- Baseball '41 '42'' '43- '47' 
M Club; Hall of Fame. • NANCY THURZA PULLER, Evanston ' III.' Liberal Arts' Zeta Tau Alpha- 
Secretary of Glee Club, '44; Archery Club, '44, '45, '46; Historian of Zeta Tau Alpha, ■44- Secretary of 
Zeta Tau Alpha, '45, '46; Secretary of WAA, '45; President of WAA, '46. • CATHERINE MAE PURVIS 
Corinth; Education; Annual Staff; YWCA; WAA. 

BOTTOM: 

• First Row: BEN R. QUINTANA, McComb; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma- Hermean Literary Society 
Newman Club President, '45, '46; Kappa Sigma President, '45; Pharmacy School, Vice-President, '44 
President, '46, '47; American Pharmaceutical Association; Veterans Club- Associated Student Body Gcivern- 
ment. Vice-President, '45, '46: Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities, '45 '46. • MARGARET 
ANNE RAMSAY, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • PANSY LYNN REID, luka; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Delta; Home Economics Club; WAA; YWCA. • ESTHER MAUDINE RILEY Duck Hill 
Education; Freshman Y, WAA, '44, '45, '46, '47; OLE MISS STAFF Cheerleader, '45, '46- Biology Club 
'45, '46; Archery Club, '44, 45, '46; Independent Organization- Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer' 
WAA Executive Board, '46, '47; Biology Club Executive Board, ''46, '47; Physical Education Majors Club! 
Future Teachers of America; Dramatic Club, '44 '45; YWCA- Wesley Foundation Glee Club '44 '45 
Winner Singles Tennis Tournament, '45, '46. • CURTIS DELGADILLO ROBERTS New Albany; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Chi; Mississlpplan, '45; OLE MISS, '44, '45; President, Liberal Arts School, '46; Cheerleader, 
'45, '46, '47; Committee of 100, '45, '46; Member of Executive Council, '47; Intramural Council, '45. 

• Second Row: DOROTHY DELGADILLO ROBERTS, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; YWCA; 
Wesley Foundation; Rebel Staff- Mississlpplan Staff; WAA. • MARY ELIZABETH ROBERTS, Greenwood; 
Business; Chi Omega. • ANNIE STONE ROBINSON, Tremont; Business; YWCA, Wesley Foundation; 
Glee Club. • GENE ROPER, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Committee of 100- University Players. 

• VIRGINIA ROSENBOROUGH, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 



BEN QUINTANA 
DOROTHY ROBERTS 



ARGARET RAMSAY 
MARY ROBERTS 



PANSY REID 
VNNIE ROBINSON 



ESTHER RILEY 
GENE ROPER 



CURTIS ROBERTS 
IRGINIA ROSENBOROUGH 





MARGARET ROSS 



EMILY RUSSELL 



M 



MSSMSSEppM 



TOP: 

• BETSY ANN ROSS, Gulfport; 
•44, '47: Exchange Editor, Rebel 
Wesley Foundation, '4i, '47. • 
Social Editor, Mississippian, '46 
Mlssissippian, '46, '47; WAA. '46 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta 
Favorite. '45, '46. 




Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma; President, Kappa Kappa Gannma 
'46, '47; Secretary, YWCA, '46, Mississippian Staff, '46; WAA, '46, '47 

»tARGARET ELIZABETH ROSS, Greenville; Education; Delta Delta Delta 
Managing Editor, Rebel, '45, '46; YWCA, '45, '46; Managing Editor 
'47; YWCA, '46, '47, Rebel Staff, '46, '47. • EMILY RUSSELL, Jackson 

; YWCA, '45, '46, '47; Classical Club, '45, '46; Rebel Staff, '46, '47 



Ygondine Walker, Miss Ole Miss 



BOTTOM: 

• First Rov/: ANN LEE RUTHERFORD, Walnut; Liberal Arts; Beta Beta Beta. • WILLIAM THELWIN 
SADLER, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Piii Delta Theta; President, Beta Beta Beta; President, Biology Club; 
Staff of Summer Rebel; Veterans Club; Honor Roll; International Relations Club; Flying Rebels. • MRS 
ELIZABETH LEDBETTER SADLER, Senatobia; Liberal Arts. • ELLIS SALLOUM, Gulfport; Business; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Catholic Club. • MARY SIMMONS. Jackson, Liberal Arts; Glee Club; YWCA. 

• Second Row: EWELL D. SINGLETON, JR., Gulfport; Business; Sigma Nu. • CHARLES L. SLOAN, 
Greenwood; Education. • JEWELL REBECCA SLOCUM, Coldwafer; Liberal Arts. • BENNETT E. 
SMITH, Weir; Liberal Arts; Veterans Club; International Relations Club; Hermean Literary Society; Car- 
dinal Club; Wesley Foundation; OLE MISS Annual Staff; Mississippian; Secretary, OLE MISS; YMCA; 
Committee of 100; President, Independent Organization. • CHARLES MONCURE SMITH, Greenville; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



ANN RUTHERFORD 
EWELL SINGLETON. JR. 



WILLIAM SADLER 
CHARLES SLOAN 



MRS. ELIZABETH SADLER 
JEWELL SLOCUM 



ELLIS SALLOUM 
BENNETT SMITH 



MARY SIMMONS 
CHARLES SMITH 





ELEANOR SMITH 



JULAINE SM 



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TOP: 

• ELEANOR MAY SMITH, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; Rebel, '45, '44; Misslssipplan, '45, 
■46; WAA, '45; YWCA, '45, '46. • JULAINE FRESEN SMITH, Greenville; Education; Chi Omega; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America; WAA; YWCA. • PATRICK DAVIS SMITH, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Band, '44, '46, '47; Rebel Staff, '44, '46, '47; Cadet 1st Lieutenant, RO.T.C, '44; President, 
Hermean Literary Society, 44; Mississippian Staff, '46. • FRANCISCO SOLDEVILA. Panama City, 
Panama; Pharmacy; Newman Club; Honor Roll; Vice-President, American Pharmaceutical Association. 

• MRS. BONNIE LOU SOPER, Decatur; Education; Honor Roll, Independent Party; Membership Com- 
mittee. 



BOTTOM: 

• First Row: DONALD HEMMING STORMO, Monticello; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi- Golf Team, '42; 
Football, '42; Choir, '42; Senior Y Council, '45; NROTC, '45. • JUANITA LOUISE SOWELL, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; University Chorus, '45, '46; Mississippian, '45, '46. • MARIANNE SPIVEY. Canton; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; Managing Editor, Rebel, '45, '46; Pan-Hellenic Council, '45. • HENRY 
NICHOLSON STEVENS, Richton; Business; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM HAMPTON STEWART, Poplar- 
ville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: JAMES BENNETT STONE, Blountsville, Pla.; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• GEORGE O. STRIBLING Philadelphia- Pharmacy. • FRANCES STUART, Jackson; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu; Home Economics Club; Pan Hellenic; YWCA; B.S.U. Council. • JAMES GORDON STUART, 
Meridian; Business; Kappa Alpha. • R. E. L. Stuart, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha; Beta Beta 
Beta, '45; Committee of 100, '45; Inter-Fraternity Council, '45; YMCA. 



DONALD STORMO 
JAMES STONE 



JUANITA SOWELL 
GEORGE STRIBLING 



MARIANNE SPIVEY 
FRANCES STUART 



HENRY STEVENS 
JAMES STUART 



WILLIAM STEWART 
R. STUART 





ANDREW SULLIVAN, JR. 



A. SUHREN, JR. 



DOROTHY SYMONDS 



J# i s s i s 



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TOP: 



• ANDREW WALTON SULLIVAN, JR., Macon; Kappa Alpha; Cheerleader, '42 '43, '46; MOAKS, '42. 
■43; Cardinal Club, '41, '42; University Players. '41, '43; Executive Council, '42, '43. • A. C. SUHREN, 
JR., Pass Christian; Business; Kappa Sigma. • DOROTHY ELIZABETH SYMONDS, Orlando, Fla.; Music- 
CWENS '45; Committee of 100, '44, '45, '46; Vice-President, Girls Glee Club, '45; President, Girls Glee 
Club, '44; Y Cabinet, '46, '47; B.S.U. Council, '45, '47; Secretary, WSGA, '46; Vice-President, WSGA. 
'47; Mortar Board, '47; Chaplain, SAI, '46, '47, 



• First Row: LON TAYLOR, Corinth; Business; Sigma Chi; MILDRED CHISM TAYLOR, Como; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • WILLIAM OMAR TAYLOR, JR., Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Biology Club, '43; 
International Relations Club, '46. • STANFORD TERRY. Jackson, Tenn.; Business; Phi Delta Theta; Presi- 
dent, Inter-Fraternity Council, '46, '47; Secretary, Delta Sigma Pi, '46; YMCA, '41, '42, '43. '46; Stu- 
dent Faculty Committee on Fraternity and Sororities, '46, '47; Committee of 100, '46. • GEORGE ROBERT 
THATCHER, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon; President of Freshman Y.M.C.A., '46; Debating 
Team, '41, '42; Ole Miss Players, '41, '42; Moaks; Advanced R.O.T.C. 

• Second Row: ERVIN THIBAULT, JR., Pitman, N. J..; Liberal Arts. • MARY FRANCES THOMPSON 
Laurel; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • WILLIAM BERT THOMPSON, Columbus; Education; Alpha Tau 
Omega; Football; YMCA; Committee of 100. • ROSELYN ANETTE THREADGILL, Greenwood; Educa- 
tion; Chi Omega; Home Economics Club, '45, '46; Mississippian Staff. '45, '46; Rebel Staff, '45, '46; 
YWCA, '45, '46. • WILLIAM J. THREADGILL, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta; Football, 

Manager, '40; Intramural Council, 46. 




Lucy Barnett, President of the YWCA 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



LON TAYLOR 
ERVIN THIBAULT, JR. 



MILDRED TAYLOR 
MARY THOMPSON 



WILLIAM TAYLOR, JR. 
WILLIAM THOMPSON 



STANFORD TERRY 
ROSELYN THREADGILL 



GEORGE THATCHER 
WILLIAM THREADGILL 





RALPH TIERCE 



CATHERINE TILL 



MARINELL TODD 



DOROTHY TOWER 



University a f 



TOP: 




• RALPH WILLIAM TIERCE, Sunflower; Business; PI Kappa Alpha; Presidenf of Veferans Club; Hermean; 
Committee of 100; Dance Committee. • CATHERINE TILL, Belen; Business. • MARINELL TODD, 
Oxford; Business; Delta Zeta; Pan Hellenic Council; Westminster Fellowship. • DOROTHY SIMMONS 
TOWER, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Biology Club; Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Phi Alpha. 



• First Row: HERBERT EUGENE TRAMMELL, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • DORIS E. TRIP- 
LETT, Louisville; Business; Delta Gamma; YWCA; F.T.A.; B.S.U. • BERNARD L. TRIPPETT. Aberdeen; 
Business; Phi Delta Theta; Mississlppian, '41, '42, '43; University Players, '42, '43; Moaks, '43; inter- 
Fraternity Council. '44. • FRANK G. TRIPPETT, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta; Rebel. 



• Second Row: MARGARET HARE VANCE, Batesvllle; Education; Chi Omega. • ELISE VARNER, 
Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • CHARLES DAVID VAN WINKLE, Chicago, III.; Liberal 
Arts. • CURTIS J. WALDEN, Birmingham. Ala.; Business; Sigma Nu. 



HERBERT TRAMMELL 
MARGARET VANCE 



DORIS TRIPLETT 
ELISE VARNER 



BERNARD TRIPPETT 
CHARLES VAN WINKLE 



FRANK TRIPPETT 
CURTIS WALDEN 





PARKER WALKER 



WILLIS WALKER, JR. 



3§ ississippi 

TOP: 

• PARKER WALKER, Sanatorium; Business; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIS WALKER, JR., Hattiesburg; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 




Preston Bennett, First Semester President of the "M" Club 



• First Row: WILSON LORAN WALLER, Whitehaven. Tenn.; Business; Delta Sigma Pi; YMCA. • LESTER 
WARRICK, JR., McGehee; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • DOROTHY ANN WATSON, Tunica; Busi- 
ness; Zeta Tau Alpha; WAA, '44, '45, '46; Annual Staff, '44; Registration Committee. '44; Pan-Hellenic 
Council, '46. • MAX WEINER, Helena, Ark.; Business; Phi Epsilon Pi; Veterans Club, '45, '44; Com- 
mittee of 100, '44; Inter-Fraternity Council, '44. 



• Second Row; WILLIAM H. WEST, JR., Okolona; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Cardinal Club, 
'42; Veterans Club, '44. '47; Alpha Phi Alpha, '42, '43. • MARTHA FRANCES WHEELER, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Mississippian Staff; Biology Club; Home Ec. Club. • M. CAROLYN WHITE. Holly 
Springs; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • VIRGINIA LaNELLE WILKES, Goodman; Business. 



SENIOR 
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WILSON LORAN WALLER 
WILLIAM WEST, JR. 



LESTER WARRICK, JR. 
MARTHA WHEELER 



DOROTHY WATSON 
M. WHITE 



MAX WEINER 
VIRGINIA WILKES 





FOSTER WILKINSON 



EDIE WILLIAMS 



ROBERT WILLIAMS 



University at Mississippi 



SENIOR 

CLASS 



Club; Future Teachers of 
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• FOSTER FLOWERS WILKINSON, Gloster; Education; International Relati 
America, • EDIE ANNE WILLIAMS, Henderson. Ky.; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Club. • ROBERT GORDON WILLIAMS, Poplarville; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha, 

BOTTOM: 

• First Row: ANN FAIRLY WILSON, Hailehurst; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • FRANCES WILSON, 
Quitman; Education, • KATHERINE ELIZABETH WILSON, Wiggins; Education; Delta Gamma. • WAL- 
TER HOOKER WITTY, Winona; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Eta Sigma, '42; Honor Roll, «. '44, 
■44; Taylor Medal in Physics, '44. • FRANK M. WIYGUL, JR., Shannon; Liberal Arts, 

• Second Row: HARDY B, WOODBRIDGE, JR,, New Orleans, La,; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi; Rebel Band. 
■41, '42; Mississippian. '41, '42; Advanced ROTC, '43; Intra-Mural Council, '46; Inter-Fraternity Dance 
Committee, '44, • JEANNE WOODS, Leiand; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta, • MARY MARJEAN WOOD- 
WARD, Jonesboro, Ark,; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta; Catholic Club. '44, '45, '44; YWCA, '43, '44, '45, '44; 
Favorite, '44, '45; Archery Club, '44, '45, '44; WAA, '44, '45, '44, • FRED HOLMES WRIGHT, Brook- 
haven; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha; Veterans Club; Biology Club, • DOROTHY MARIE YOUNG. Bruce; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; BSU Council, '44, '47; YWCA, '44, '47; Sigma Alpha lota; Glee Club, '44, '47; 
WAA, '44 



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^ARDY WOODBRIDGE. JR, 



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JEANNE WOODS 



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MARY WOODWARD 



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FRED WRIGHT 



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Alpha Tau Omega. • J STAGEY 
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nd Louisiana- Business; Sigma Alpha 

Delta Gamma. 

• Second Row: JOSEPH V. ALSOBROOK, luka; Business; Kappa Sigma • HUBERT ARMSTRONG. 
JR. Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. • MARY FRANCES ASHMORE. Oxford; Business • BILLY 
BAGGEn, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN A. BANNING. Brookhaven, Business. 



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. Engineering. • RICHARD WARREN AIKEN. Hammi 
• JO ANN ALEXANDER. Plalnvlew, Texas; Liberal Art- 



Philadelphia; Business; Chi Omega. • JAMES ARDEN BARNETT. 

• JENNINGS BRYAN BARNETT. Lena; Liberal Arts. • THOMAS 

iiness; Kappa Sigma • KATHRYN WARDEN BARR. Memphis. 



• First Row: BILLIE BARFOOT. 
Jackson; Business; Pi Kappa Alph, 
MOORE BARNEn. Baldwyn; B 

Tennessee; Zeta Tau Alpha. • DOROTHY MARIE BARRANCO. Jackson; Liberal Arts. • ROSE- 
MARY BASS. Hailehurst; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • ZEB VANCE BAUCUM. Laurel; Pharmacy; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. • ORVILLE SMITH BEARD. Ripley. Tennessee; Engineering. 

• Second Row: A. L. BEAVERS. JR.. New Albany; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • SALLY LEIGH 
BECKER. Brookhaven- Education; Delta Delta Delta. • LOUISE DANIEL BENNETT. New Albany; 
Education: Delta Gamma. • JULIA BERRYHILL. Marks Education. • EMILY ANN BICKERSTAFF. 
Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • LYNNICE B. BIGHAM. Ecru; Pharmacy. • PATRICIA GLORIA 
BILLINGSLEY, Memphis, Tennessee; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • CHARLES GALLOWAY BING- 
HAM. JR.. Gulfport; Business; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM EDWIN BINGHAM, Grenada; Liberal 
Arts. 

• Third Row: MARY MAUDE BIRMINGHAM, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • WILLIE T. 
BLACKLIDGE, Elllsvllle; Business. • Y. BERNARD BLACKWELL, Saucier; Education. Kappa Sigma. 

• MIKE R. BLOUIN. Clarksdale; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIS CLAYTON BLOUNT. Phila- 
delphia Education. '• DORIS VIRGINIA BONNER. Greenville; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • LEO 
BOOLO'S. JR.. Clarksdale: Business. • MARGARET BOURGEOIS. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• FRANK W. BOWEN. Walnut Grove; Liberal Arts. 




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• First Row: S. E. BOYKIN, Catchings; Business; Sigma Chi. • BARBARA JEANNE BROSWELL, 
Vaiden; Business. • DAN A BRELAND, Haftcesburg; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • THOMAS J. 
BREWER, Weathersby; Business. • DAVID IRWIN BRIDGES, Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• Second Row: JOHN ROY BRINSON, Oxford; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BETTY ANN 
BROWN, Atlanta, Georgia; Education. • HOWARD ALBERT BROWN, Jackson; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • KIMBALL BROWN, Houston; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN MILTON BRUCE, 
West Point; Education. 




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• First Row: ROBERT J BUCCI, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • ELIZABETH ANN BUEHLER, Grpsn- 
ville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • WILLIAM D. BUNTIN, Nesbitt; Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

• ETHEL MARY BURDETTE. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • HERBERT L. BURKE Indianola; 
Business; Delta Psi.» MARY CROFFORD BURNETT, Charleston; Business; Delta Gamma, • PATRICIA 

E. BURROW, Lyon; Education; Chi Omega. • JEAN SCOTT BURT, Memphis, Tennessee; Liberal 
Arts; Chi Omega • LANGE F. BUTLER, Holly Springs; Education; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• Second Row: JAMES WILLIAM BYNUM, Booneville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • CLAUDE 

F. CAFFEY, Duck Hill; Pharmacy. • HENRY CARVER CALLICOTT, Memphis, Tennessee; Business; 
Phi Delta Thcta. • RUTH GAYLE CARLISLE Tupelo; Liberal Arts- Delta Delta Delta. • GREGORY 
CARLYLE, Rocky Mount, Virginia; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • HUGH VERNE CARR, Picayune; 
Business; Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM L. CARR, JR., Laurel; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES ARLIN CARTER, 
Philadlephia; Business. • CHARLES HILMON CASTLE, Pachuta; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 

• Third Row: CARL L. CATT. Monticello; Pharmacy. • PHLLIS M. CAVER, Meridian; Pharmacy 
Kappa Delta. • JAMES A. CHERRY, JR., Wiggins; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma • DAVID HUGH 
CHISHOLM, Philadelphia; Business, © W. E. COKE, JR., Glen; Business • WILLIAM L. COOK, 
Pensacola Florida; Business; Kappa Alpha. • JERRE JAYNE COlREN, Parkin; Education; Kappa 
Delta. • THOMAS WARREN COLMER, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT MORRIS CONDON, 
Greenville; Pharmacy; Beta Theta Pi. 



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• First Row: BETTY JANE CONERLY, Gloster- Education; Delta Gamma. • CHARLES ALBERT 
CONERLY, Clarl<sdale; Education. • JULIA CONN, Hattiesburg; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 

• HARRY L. CORBAN, Fayette; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • PUD COVINGTON Memphis, Ten- 
nessee; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 



• Second Row: RUTH LAMB COVINGTON. Marks; Educa 

Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • PHILIP KIP CROCKETT. Memphis. Tenness? 

L CROMEANS. Fulton; Education. • OVERTON ANDERSON CURRIE, Hattiesbu 

Delta Theta. 



• BETTY CREEKMORE Jackson; 
- gineering. •OLYNDIA 



• First Row: OLAMAIS BRYANT CURTISS. Jackson, T 
BURTON CUSTY. Brentwood, New York; Liberal Art: 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • JANE DALRYMPLE, 
JEROME DALY. Philadelphia; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 



inessee; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • ARTHUR 

• LUCIUS BRYAN DABNEY. JR.. Vicksburg; 

,mory; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • EDMOND 

Ipha • ELWYN JONES DARDEN. Hernando; 



Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • PATRICIA DAVIDSON. Ocean Springs; Education; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • PAUL EVERETT DAVIS. Knoxville. Tennessee; Education; Kappa Alpha. • HER- 
MAN BRISTER DECELL. Yazoo City; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Second Row: JAMES FRANK DISMUKES. Okolona; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DON E. 
DISMUKES. Duck Hill; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. O AARON PAUL DOMINGUE. Gulfport; Busi- 
ness. • DOROTHY A. DOUGALL, Picayune; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • WILLIAM PAUL 
DOZIER. Fulton; Liberal Arts. • RADFORD E. DuBOISE. Silver City; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 

• ARTHUR HUDSON DUNAGIN. Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • DONALD L. DYE. Blue Springs; 
Bi'siness. • LOWREY WHITE DYE Kilmichael; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. 



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• First Row: ROBERT H. FARRAR, Amory; Businss. • EARL HARVEY FITZPATRICK, JR., Natchei; 
Liberal Arts. • BILLY FRANCIS FLOWERS. Winona; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BILLIE 
RUTH FOX, Canton; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • LATHAN F. FRANKLIN, Denmark; Education. 

• Second Row: KENNETH IRVIN FRANKS, Philadelphia; Business; Delta Psi. • WILLIAM T. FREE- 
MAN, Waynesboro; Business; Sigma Nu. • HENRY D. FURR, JR., Cleveland; Education. • FRAN- 
CIS K. FURR, Pontotoc; Engineering; Delta Psi. • IRA EUGENE GADDY, JR., State Line; Liberal 
Arts. 



• First Row: JAMES HURD GADDY, State Line; Liberal Arts. • LLOYD HUNTER GATES, Jackson; 
Business; Delta Tau Delta. • CHARLOTTE GEE, Carrollton Education, Chi Omega. • ANN MARIE 
GIBBES, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • TYRUS COBB GIBBS, Fulton; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • MOSES McAFEE GIBSON, Marks; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • BARRY M. 
GILLESPIE, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • GUY TILLMAN GILLESPIE, JR., Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Psi. • ROBERT LEE GILLESPIE, Sardls; Pharmacy; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: JOAN GILLESPIE, Augusta, Arkansas; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • ELIZABETH 
ANNE GIST, Helena, Arkansas; Education. • MARY MARGARET GREEN, Grenada; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Delta. • THOMAS BERNARD GRISHAM, Baldwyn; Liberal Arts. • COOPER B. GORDON, 
TImbervIlle, Virginia; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta PI. • MARSHALL L. GORDY, Forest; Business; Kappa 
Sigma. • JAY GORE, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • ZULA ELIZABETH GORE, Hernando; 
Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • LUCRETIA GRAHAM, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• Third Row: LUCILLE DE GRAVELLES, Memphis, Tennessee; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • LOUIS 
GRITZ, luka; Business; Phi Epsilon PI. • WALTER DILL GUNN, Charleston; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• JOAN GUNN, Charleston; Liberal Arts. • JOHN HARRY GUNTER, JR., Aberdeen; Business; 
Phi Delta Theta. • JOANNE STUART GUYTON, Blue Mountain; Liberal Arts. • JOSEPH LUTHER 
GUYTON, Blue Mountain; Liberal Arts. • JACQUELINE ROGERS HAIRSTON, Silver City; Liberal 
Arts. • THOMAS WOOD HAIRSTON, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. 



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• First Row: DAVID McCALL HALBROOK. Belioni; Business. • NANNIE MILDRED HALE. Senatobla; 
Liberal Arts. • MARSHALL CURTIS HALES. Jackson; Pharmacy. • DUDLEY SEMETT HALL, Mt. 
Olive; Liberal Arts. • JOINER MACK HALTON, JR., Pascagoula; Liberal Arls; Delta Psi. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM JEFFERSON HAMM. University; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • PAULA 
INEZ HAMMOND. Gilbert, Louisiana; Pharmacy; Zeta Tau Alpha. • ROBERT H. HARALSON. 
Hickory Valley, Tennessee; Liberal Arts. • JAMES HARVEY HARDIN, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. 

• RALPH LYNN HARDING, Springfield Missouri- Education. 



• First Row: EMMALINE HARDY, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • JEFF D. HARPOLE, 
Philadelphia; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAYNE ELIZABETH HAURY, Nashville. Tennessee; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Ganr,ma. • TOMMIE HEARN, Laurel; Business; Phi Mu. • CHARLES LEE 
HEBERER, Canton; Business. • CHARLES HERRING, Meadvllle; Business. • JANE PARTRIDGE 
HERRING, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • SAMMY JO HERRINGTON, Mt. 
Olive; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • BENTON EARL HEWITT, Summit, Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: JOANNA HILBUN, Soso; Business • ROBERT PARKER HILTON, Ellavllle, Georgia; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • HENRY WARE HOBBS, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alphi 
Epsilon. • WILLIAM BRYAN HOLLIDAY, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma • JAMES PAX- 
TON HOLLOWAY, Brookhaven; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. • JOHN NICHOLAS HOLMAN, Macon; 
Business; Kappa Alpha. • JONNIE FAYE HORNE, Amory; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • DAVID 
ASTON HOLLEY, Oxford; Pharmacy; Delta Kappa Epsilon. e JACK WELLINGTON HOLLINGS- 
WORTH, Bude; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: GEORGE R. C. HORTON, Louisville; Education. • JOE M HUDSPETH, Ashland; 
Business. • CLYDE HUGGINS, JR., Oxford; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon • NORA BETH HULL, 
Spartanburg. South Carolina; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma, • WILLIAM MOORE HURST, Louisville; 
Pharmacy. • EDWARD H. HUMPHREY, Indianola; Engineering; Kappa Alpha • JAYNE HUNT, 
Mobile Alabama; Business. • WILLIAM BERNARD HUNT, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Sigma.' • MAYS B. HUNTER, Macon; Education; Kappa Alpha. 




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• First Row: ROBERT M. IZARD, JR.. Pelahafchle; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM RICHARD JACKSON 
Marks; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • WOODROW W. JACOBS, Hickory Valley, Tennessee; Business 

• WILLIS CRAWFORD JAMIESON, Walnut; Education. • JOE JENNINGS, Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: DORIS JOHNS, Jackson; 
VIcksburg; Liberal Arts- Zeta Tau Alpha 

• PEGGY ELAINE JOHNSON, Hattlesh 
SON, Greenwood; Business; Sigma Chi. 



.iberal Arts; Chi Omega. • BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON, 
• BEE JOHNSON, Lexington; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega, 
g; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • JULIAN ERNEST JOHN- 



• First Row: ROBERT PRICE JOHNSON, Ripley; Liberal Arts; PI Kappa Alpha. • DORTHA ANN 
JONES, Indianola; Liberal Arts. • SAMUEL B. T. JONES, JR., Gulfport; Business. • MILDRED 
CAROLYN JONES, Swifton, Arkansas; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • SIDNEY DINKINS JONES, JR., 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM E. JONES, Laurel; Business. • SALLIE DIX 
JUNKIN. Natchez; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • JESSE BLAKE KELLUM, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. 

• MARVIN EMMETT KEMP, Kilmichael; Busines. 

• Second Row: JOSEPH LESLIE KELLUM, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • LEROY R. KIRKPATRICK, Clarks- 
dale; Business; Kappa Sigma. • GEORGE THOMAS KIMBROUGH, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • DAILEY ALISON KING, Lexington; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • MALISSA 
KING, Lexington; Education. • MRS. RICHARD H. KING, Boonevllle; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, 

• MARY F. KINTON Durham, North Carolina Liberal Arts- Kappa Delta. • OSCAR P. LaBARRE, 
Vicksburg; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • GEORGE F. LaFOLLETTE, Jackson; Business. 

• Third Row: BETTY NEELY LATTA, Dyersburg, Tennessee; Education; Delta Gamma. • BETTY 
CLARIE LAMBERT, Charleston- Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • LESLIE BARTON LAMPTON. Jackson; 
Business; Kappa Alpha, • MARY GLENN LATHAM, Eupora; Education. • ELMER V. LAMMONS, 
JR., Belzoni; Engineering. • JAMES FREDERICK LAMON, Amory; Business- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• BERNARD LAPIDES, Hernando; Liberal Arts; Phi Epsilon Pi. • CECELIA LEWIS, Satartia; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Mu. • FLETCHER DRAKE LEWIS, Rosedale; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. 




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• First Row: JANE COOPER LEEKE, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • WARY ELIZABETH LIDDELL Learned; 
Education; Phi Mu. • ALINE LILES, Bruce; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma, • MARY BARRETT LIN- 
FIELD, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • JAMES DERMONT LISENBEE, Winona; Business. 

• Second Row: GEORGE JAMES LITTLETON, Tyro; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • BETTY MARION 
LONG, Tupelo; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • JOSEPH LONG, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • WILLIAM MONTELLE LOYD, Cleveland; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JANE EVANS 
LOWRY. Houston; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 



• First Row: Martha Jean Luckett, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • LOUIS JAMES LYELL, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • ANNE FRANK McALPINE, Stringer; Business; Kappa Delta. 

• JOHN RUSSLE McBATH. Chowcilla, California; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ELDON L. 
McCARTY, Merigold; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • JANE BROWN McCARTY, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Chi Omega. • HOWARD B. McCRORY, Forest; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • JOSEPH 
WARREN McDANIEL, Bude; Liberal Arts. • FRANCES McDONNELL, Okolona; Business; Delta Delta 
Delta. 

• Second Row: BETTYE JANE McGEHEE, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Ch! Omega. • MARY ELEANOR 
McGEHEE; Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • HUGH JOSEPH MclNNIS, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Signia Alpha Epsilon. • ELTON L. MclNTOSH, Hernando; Pharmacy; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• JOHN M. McKEE, Jackson; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • MARGARET NELL McKIE, Tyro; Business. 

• GEORGE ALONZO McLEAN, Blaine; Engineering; Ph! Delta Theta. • WILLIAM P. McMULLAN, 
JR., Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • ERNEST LYNN McMURCHY, Oxford; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Third Row: MARTHA JANE McQUINN, Greenwood; Liberal Arts. • KENNETH FRANCIS McRAE, 
Belmont; Pharmacy. • MARY ALLEN McWILLIAMS, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • JOAN 
MAODOX Eupora; Liberal Arts. • EDWIN H. MAGRUDER, JR., Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• JAMEs' TORREY MAJURE, Newton; Business. • SHELBY CURLEE MATHIS, Jackson; Business; Pi 
Kappa Alpha. • GUY LELAND MATTINGLY, JR., Greenville; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• ANNIE LAURIE MATTHEWS, Oxford; Liberal Arts. 



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• First Row: MALCOLM D. MAXWELL, Drew; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT STEPHENSON 
MAYNARD, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • DEAN PRICE MEADOR, Hattlesburg; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • WALTER BUCHANAN MEEK, Eupora; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CARL A. 
MEGEHEE, Pascagoula; Business. 

• Second Row: TURLEY HARMON MEEK, Tyro; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • FRANCES VIRGINIA 
MELVIN. Laurel; Business. • RUTH B. D. MERRILL. Natchez; Business; Chi Omega. • CLYDE 
HICKS MIDDLETON, Crowder; Liberal Arts;! Sigma Chi. • MARJORIE J. MILAN, North Carrollton; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 



• First Row; FRANKLIN E. MOAK, Ruth; Business; Delta Psi. • WAYNE N. MORGAN. Sallis; 
Business. • ANDREW A. MORSON, Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. • CHARLES BRINKLEY 
MORTON, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • NORMAN A. MOTT, Yaioo City; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN MILTON MOTHERSHED, Crenshaw; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• HARLOD 9. MULLEN, Hailehurst; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • CHARLES OTTIS MULLENIX, 
Tupelo; Business. • JOHN RALPH MULLIGAN, Wesson; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: JOY MARIE MULVIHILL, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • THOMAS 
EUGENE MURFF, Calhoun City; Business. • JOHN CLANTON MURRAY, JR., Brandon; Business; 
Kappa Alpha. • CHARLES McBETH MURPHY JR., Belzoni; Business; Kappa Alpha. • JACQULINE 
BARBARA MYRICK, Memphis, Tennessee; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha • MARY COOPER NAVE, 
Forest; Education; Kappa Delta. • BOBBIE NELSON, Clarksdale; Business; Chi Omega. • PAUL 
MELVIN NEWTON, Wiggins; Business; Kappa Sigma. • MARY VIRGINIA NICHOLS, Canton; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • WILLIAM LEWIS NOBLES, Meridian; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Third Row: JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH NOSSER, Natchez; Education. • DONALD NUNNERY, Liberty; 
Liberal Arts. • MARTHA LOU O'NEAL, Marks; Liberal Arts. • HARRY EDWARD PATTON, JR., 
Greenwood; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JACK TERRY PEEPLES, Greenwood; Business. 

• CHARLES LEONARD PERSONS, Wahalak; Business. • LEONARD SIDNEY PICKLE. Dossville; 
Pharmacy. • LOGAN B. PHILLIPS. Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. 



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• First Row: JAMES LAMAR PIERSON, Atlanta, Sa.; Business: Sigma Chi. • JOE N PIGOTT, 
McComb; Business; Sigma Nu • GEORGIANNE PITCHHORD. Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Ptii Mu 

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7ii />•/ Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: HANNAH BEEKS PITTS, Ecru; Education. • PEGGY LUCILLE PODESTA, Vicksburq; 
Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • CALVIN PHILIP POOLE. Gloster; Education. • GAYLE SIMMONS 
POOLE, Gloster; Liberal Arts. • LAWRENCE POROPATICH, Glenshaw, Penn.; Liberal Arts. 



• First Row: LEON LAWRENCE PORTER, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES 
MOORE POWER, Red Banks; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • AZILEE WEST PRESTAGE. Fulton; 
Education. • GRACE PUGH, Heidelberg; Liberal Arts. • JOHN WILLIAM PURVIS. Jackson; 
Business; Delta Psi O JOHN ALFRED RAMSEY, Helena, Ark.; Business; Kappa Alpha. • LAVON 
RASCO, Morton; Liberal Arts. • DELL RAWLS, Columbia; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • JAMES 
HUGH RAY, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: MRS. KAY FRANCES RAY, Rienii; Liberal Arts. • THOMAS P, RAMSEY, Hatties- 
burg; Business; Kappa Alpha. • MARTIN RAY, Sturgis; Business. • ALBERT NILES RED, Union 
Pharrriacy. • ROBERT WAYNE RENEGAR, Shelbyville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT R. REVERE 
McComb; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM ALTON RICHARDSON, Philadelphia; Business 

• GEORGE ALFRED RILEY, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LOGAN DALE RIMES 
McComb; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 

• Third Row: MARY ANN RIVERS, Meridian; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • JAMES MARSHALL 
ROBERTSON, Ruleville- Business; Beta Theta Pi. • RUSSELL ELISE ROBBINS, Pelalathie; Pharmacy. 

• SHIRLEY 'wAYNE ROBBINS, Oxford; Business. • JAMES WILLIAM ROBERSON, Pontotoc; Edu- 
cation. • THOMAS NAPIER ROBERTS, JR., Biloxi; Liberdl Arts. • GEORGE BILLY ROBINSON, 
Fulton; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ISMAEL ROSA, Isabela, Puerto Rico; Pharmacy. • WIL- 
LIAM 'hENRY ROSE, West Point; Phaimacy. 



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• First Row: JANE ELIZABETH ROSS, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Ch! Omega. • EULALIE HOLDEN 
ROTHE, Natchei; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • MARTHA ANNE ROWAN, Sanatorium; 
Liberal Arts; Ctii Omega. • BEN M. RUSH, Vaughan; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • MARGARET 
ELEANOR RUST, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• Second Row: JOHN A. SALTER, Macon; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • CHARLOTTE ANN SANSOM, 
Okolona; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • JOSEPH HARRY SASSER, Carthage; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Sigma. • RICHARD MARTIN SCHAEDLE. Memphis. Tenn ; Business; Phi Kappa Psi • SARAH 
SCRIBNER, Amory; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 



• First Row: BEVERLY BROWNE SCOTT, Senatobia; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • EDITH NELLE 
SCOTT, Utica; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • WILLIAM OLIVER SEMMES, Grenada- Liberal Arts; 
Phi Delta Theta. • VAL HUNTER SESSIONS, Bolton; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • VINCENT 
EARLE SHANNON, VIcksburg; Business; Kappa Sigma. • AMBROSE D. SHAPPLEY Tiplensville; 
Pharmacy. • M. C. SHARP, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts. • JOHN B. SHELBY, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Education; Beta Theta Pi. • CARL W. SHORT, Biloxi; Business; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: EMMY BOWE SIMMONS, Cleveland; Education- Delta Gamma. • MARAIDA 
REYNOLDS SIMMONS, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • LOUISE CROSS SIMPSON, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • WILLIAM LUTHER SIMS, JR., Columbus- Business; ATO. • MYRA 
CAROLYN SISSELL, Water Valley; Music; Phi Mu. • EARL EUGENE SKINNER Poplarville; Liberal 
Arts. • ZELL BOYD SKINNER, JR., Lucedale; Liberal Arts. • H. A. SMITH, JR.. Haielhurst; 
Education. • JEROME WAYNE SMITH, Noxapater; Liberal Arts; Phi Psi. 

• Third Row: NOVALEE SMITH, Raleigh, Tenn.; Commerce, Phi Mu. • WILLIAM CLARANE SMITH, 
Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigmi Chi. • WILLIAM DAVID SMITH Houston- Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • CHESLEY S. SNELL, JR., Jackson; Commerce. • DONALD G. SOPER. Philadelphia; 
Liberal Arts. • MARGARET LOUGENIA SPAIN, Grenada; Education; Delta Gamma. • MARTHA 
ELLEN SPARR, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • EVELYN SPICER. Tupelo; Education; 
Delta Gamma. • JACK PERRY STAPLETON, Tunica; Liberal Arts. 



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• First Row: ARTHUR LAWAR STANFORD, JR., Ripley; Business; Sigma Nu. • JANIE GAY STEELE 
Clarksdale; Education; Chi Omega. • EDSEL FORD STEWART, Osyka. Miss.; Liberal Arts. • WIL- 
LIAM E. STEWART, Natchez; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • JIM CROW STONE. Okolona; Business; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: MARY JANE STONE, Okol( 
Poplarville; Liberal Arti. • WILLIAM A. 
ROBERT TAYLOR, Glendora; Business; Sign 
cation; Delta Gamma. 



ia; Business; Chi Omega. • HIRAM GRIFFIN STUART. 
SWINNEY," Wheeler; Liberal Arts; Phi Psi. • JACK 
a Alpha Epsilon. • JEANNE TAYLOR, Okolona; Edu- 



• First Row: HERMAN TROTTER, TEAL, JR., Kosciusko; Business. • FRANCES GARDNER TERRY 
Jackson, Tenn.; Business; Delta Delta Delta. • BETTY LEE THAXTON, Laurel; Business. • CURTIS 
H. THOMPSON, Columbus; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. • ROBERT LOWERY THOMPSON, 
Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • GEORGE TAYLOR TINDALL. Magee; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 

• WILLIAM MAURICE TITTLE, JR., Laurel; Business; Kappa Sigma. • WILBUR LEE TODD, Oxford; 
Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: BETH TOOLE, Orange, Texas; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • JOSEPH WILLIAM 
TORTI; Memphis Tenn.; Business- Phi Kappa Psi. • SUZETTE HARRIS TOWNSEND, Rich; Liberal 
Arts; Chi Omega. • MARTHA NELL TRAVIS Sharon, Tenn. • Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • MARY 
ELIZABETH TREVILION, Marks; Business; Phi Mu. • BARBARA JEAN TRAPP, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; 
Chi Omega. • LESLIE TUBB, Aberdeen- Liberal Arts. • HUBERT WHITFIELD TUCKER. Amory; 
Business. • JACK NORRIS TUCKER, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ROBERT 
GRIFFIN TURNAGE, Prentiss; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

• Third Row: THOMAS WILLIAM TURNIPSEED, Memphis; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • DORIS 
ALEXANDER TYSON, Holly Springs- Music; Phi Mu. • ELISE VARNER, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta. • JOEL ELLIOTT VARNER, Senatobia; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • MARY 
ELIZABETH WADE, Greenwood; Education; Chi Omega. • CALEY WALDRIP, Jackson; Business; 
Kappa Sigma. • EMILY JUSTINA WALKER, Columbia; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • JANE 
WALKER, Sanatorium; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • JUEL PHILIPS WALKER. JR.. Horn Lake; 
Business. 



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• First Row: ROBERT DEAN WALKER, Sanatorium; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • YGONDINE 
V/ALKER, Lambert; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • JULIA CHRISTOBEL WALLACE, Norfolk, Virginia; 
Liberal Arts. • MRS. ELETHA WALLEY, Ellisville; Liberal Arts. • JACK DONALD WALTON, 
Moorhead; Business. • O. B. WALON, JR., Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • VIR- 
GINIA BELL WALTON, Collins; Music; Kappa Delta. 

• Second Row; EDWARD BUCHANAN WARREN, Holly Springs- Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• NAT I. WASHBURN, JR., Meridian- Business; Kappa Alpha. • GUY HARTWELL WATKINS, III, 
Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • RUFINA FLORENCE WATKINS, Gholson- Business. 

• THOMAS HENDERSON WATTS, JR., Columbia; Business; Kappa Sigma. • ROY F. WATSON, 
Stuttgart, Ark.; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon, • JAMES L. WEBB Leiand; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Alpha. 



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• First Row: MAHLON EARL WEBB, Carthage; Science; Phi Kappa Psi. • SITTY WEBSTER, Oxford; 
Business; Delta Delta Delta. • JAMES WOODWARD WELSH, JR. Philadelphia; Business; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • LOUISE CATHERINE WHITE, Aubrey, Ark.; Business; Delta Gamma. » HAROLD H. 
WHITE, JR., Laurel; Business; Kappa Sigma, • DOYCE WHITEHEAD, Pontotoc; Science. 

• CHARLES BLAIR WHITTINGTON, Greenwood; Business- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROBERT MIL- 
LINDER WILKES, Helena, Ark.; Business; Kappa Sigma. • LAURA NELL WILLIAMS Laurel; Liberal 
Arts. • MARY JANE WILLIAMS, Philadelphia, Business; Delta Gamma. • MAY JANE WIL- 
LIAMS, Water Valley; Business. • M. ANITA WILLIAMS, New Albany; Business- Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• PATTYE SUE WILLIAMS, Clarksdale; Chi Omega; Music. • CARMEN R. WILLIAMSON, Red 
Bay, Ala.; Science. • LESTER F. WILLIAMSON Meridian; Science- Kappa Alpha. • JAMES 
RALPH WILSON, JR., Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JULIAN GREAVES WILSON 
Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • MARGUERITE LAVERNE WILSON; Grenada; Education; 
Delta Gamma. 



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.iberal Arts. • CELIA DONNA WIYGUL, Hernando; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 
• GEORGE WHITFIELD WORTHEN, Union; Science; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM GARY WHITE- 
HEAD, JR., West Point; Business- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • RAYMOND CARL WUNDERLICH, 
Memphis; Business; Sigma Chi. • HARAN ROLLINS YOUNG, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • HERBERT STANFORD YOUNG. Waynesboro; Science. • LILLIAN ALICE YOUNG. Yazoo 
City; Education; Delta Gamma. 







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• First Row: ALICE ANN ABERNATH' 
ABNEY, Montrose: Business; Pi Kappa 
Alpha Epsilon. • ARTHUR CHESTER 
ADAMS, Tomnolen; Business. 



. Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Zeta 1 
Mpha. • JAMES STUART ABNEY. 
\BRAHAM. Clarksdale; Engineering 



Mpha. • JAMES B. 
Dry; Business; Sigma 
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• Second Row: MACK ALFRED 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
ANDERSON, Yazoo City; Liberal 
Gamma. 



^DAMS, Miami. Fla.; Business. • CURTIS ALEXANDER, Montrose; 
HENRY CLARENCE ALLEN, Meridian; Business. • AVA NELL 
Arts. • GLORIA SPELL ANDERSON, Benton; Liberal Arts; Delta 



• First Row: GEORGE HUDSON ANDREWS, Tutwiller; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • THAD LEGGETT 
ANDREWS Magnolia; Liberal Arts- Sigma Nu. • MARY JO AUSTIN, Tie Plant; Education. 

• VIRGINIA ANN AUSTIN, Memphis, Tenn.- Education; Delta Zeta. • DONALD JAMES ARCE- 
NEAUX. Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • EDNA JUANITA AVENT, Oxford; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Delta. • GILBERT ALEXANDER, Union; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • ANN BAINE, 
Gloster; Business; Delta Zeta. • H. OWEN BAIRD, JR., Marks; Engineering. 

• Second Row: ESTER BAKER, Abbeville; Education. • EMILY JANE BARLOW, Summit; Liberal 
Arts. • JAMES BUREN BARLOW, Wesson; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES ROY BARNER, Ruleville; 
Engineering; Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM WINSTON BARNARD, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • JACK 
CLINT BARRETT, Houston- Engineering- Kappa Alpha. • JOHN HARRISON BASE. Biloxi; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • ROBERT MAGEE BASS, Moselle; Liberal Arts. • LEWIS CALDWELL BEASLEY, 
Sherman; Business. 



• Third Row: MARGARET ANN BECK, Greenville; Liberal 
haven; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • FRANK BELLIPANI. C 

• JOYCE BENSON, Webb; Liberal 

• JAMES C. BENNETT, Jackson; Liber; 

• SEYMORE BERNSTEIN, Oxford; Bu 
Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Phi Mu. 



• LYDY BETH BECKER, Brook- 
lie; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. 

rts. • FAYE EVANS BENNETT, Albany, Ga,; Education. 

Arts. • FELIPE BERNAL, Isabela, Puerto Rico; Liberal Arts. 

less; Phi Epsilon Pi. • CATHERINE LUCILE BEVINGER, 




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• First Row: CHARLES SINGLETON BIGOOD, JR., 
KENT BISHOP, Pascagoula; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• ROBERT EUGENE BLEDSOE, Brooksville; Liberal 
BLYTHE, Lake Cormorant; Business; Phi Delta Theta. 



Meridian; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • JOE 
• JAMES A. BLACKWELL, McComb; Business. 
i,rts; PI Kappa Alpha. • SHELTON McGEHEE 



• Second Row: EDWARD L. BOATNER, Pontotoc; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • JAMES BOLER, 
Magee; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • JACQUELEENE BOWEN, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts. 

• WILLIAM RALPH BOWIE, Durant; Business; Kappa Sigma. • KENNETH BOWLES, Jamestown, 
N. C; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 



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• First Row: WINSTON KERBY BOWLING, Memphis, Tenn.; Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• CHARLES SORRELLS BOYD, JR., Clarksdale; Business. • JANE MARTIN BOZEMAN, Meridian; 
Business; Phi Mu. • BOYER M. BRADY, JR., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN Mc- 
CONNELL BRAND, Houston; Liberal Arts. • JAMES FRANKLIN BRASFIELD, Lorman; Liberal Arts. 

• BEnY HAZEL BRAUN, Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • JAMES C. BREEDLOVE, 
Coffeeville; Business. • BILL BEANLAND, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. 

• Second Row: HUGH GREGORY BRELAND Hattiesburg- Business; Sigma Chi. • MAURICE 
EVEREnE BREAZEALE, Parchman; Beta Theta Pi. • WILLIAM HERMAN BREWER, Richton; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Sigma. • EUGENE DABNEY BROWN, Holly Springs; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• JAMES STEPHEN BROWN, Memphis, Tenn. Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • WALTER BROWN, Lena; 
Liberal Arts. • CHARLES LEON BRUECK, Forest; Business. • JARRATT LEWIS BRUNSON, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Business. • ZACK THERELL BUCKALEW, Pelahatchie; Business. 

• Third Row: OSCAR WINBERN BUCHANAN, Memphis Education. • MARION ELLZEY BULLOCK, 
Tylertown; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • TAYLOR DAVIE BUNTIN, Nesbitt; Liberal Arts- Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • MARY FRANCES BUNTIN Gulfport- Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma • JAMES ISOM 
BURROW, Byhalia; Engineering; Sigma Nu- • JOE BERNARD BURSI, Oaksville, Tenn.; Business; 
Kappa Sigma. • MARKO MARTIN BUTIRICH, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts. • JAMES NESBITT 
BULTER, Pontotoc; Business. • LEE LOGAN BYERS, Batesville- Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 



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• First Row: EMMA JEAN BYNUM, Ellisville; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • JACK E. BROWN, 
Collins; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • CLIFFORD S. CAMPBELL, JR., Laurel- Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• LEON FRANKLIN CAMPBELL, Oxford; Education. • CHARLES W. CAPPS Cleveland- Liberal 
Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Second Row: HORACE DUANE CAPPS, Sharon, Tennessee; Pharmacy. • SUE CAROTHERS, 
Memphis, Tennessee; Liberal Arts. • ALMA JEANNE CARR, Louisville; Business. • EDWIN JONES 
CARROLL, Beaumont; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • JAMES T. CASH, Oxford, Pharmacy. 



• First Row: GRAHAM H. CASSIBRY, Cleveland; Liberal Arts- Phi Delta Theta. • NAPOLEON 
LePOINT CASSIBRY, JR., Cleveland; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • MARY ELIZABETH CATES, Tupelo; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • CLAUD ALONZO CHAMBERLIN, Aberdeen; Business- Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. e THOMAS ALFRED CHANDLER, JR.. Philadelphia; Business; Delta PsI. O BILLY KLING- 

AN CHAPMAN, Indianola; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • RUPERT LEANDER CHAPMAN, JR.. 
Oxford; Pharmacy. • NANCY LOUISE CHENAULT, Houston; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• ROBERT D. CHILDRESS, Jackson; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

nd Row: ROBERT D. CHURCH, Grenada; Business. • SARA ELIZABETH CLELAND. Sardis; 
Business. • CHESTER D. COCHRAN, Olive Branch; Business; Delta Psi. • IDA SARAH COHEN, 
Grenada; Liberal Arts. • HENRY BYARS COLE, JR., West Point; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • WIL- 
FRED Q. COLE, JR., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HOWARD C. COLEMAN, 
West Point; Business. • JOE COLEY, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • KENNETH 
CLAYTON COLLINS. Long Beach Business. 



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• First Row: FREDERICK GARDINER COX, Laurel; Engineering. • JAMES ELIJAH COX, Bogue 
Chitto- Pharmacy. • JAMES W. CRABB, Booneville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • ALICE MEL- 
VILLE CRITZ, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • CECIL RAY CROOK, Vaiden; Pharmacy; 
Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: JOSEPH RANDLE CROOK, Vaiden; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega. • WILLIAM 
THOMAS GROUSE, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • CHARMAIN CRUM, Oak Park, 
III.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Dslta. • DOROTHY LEE CRUM, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• RODES SETTLE CURRIE, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 



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• First Row: VICTOR HUGO CRUTCHFIELD, Whiteville. Tenn.; Business. • WILLIAM ABRAHAM 
DAGGETT, JR., Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • JANE DAIGRE, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• CAMILLE McCLAIN DALE, Columbia; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM EDWARD DALTON Biloxi; 
Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • EUGFNE RUSSELL DARBY, Converse, Indiana: Education; Beta Theta 
Pi. • MARTIN DAVIS, Lucedale; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • MARY EARLE DAVIS, Clarksdale; 
Education, Phi Mu, • JAMES LLOYD DAVIS, JR., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 

• Second Row: JULIE PAYTON DAVIS, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • ROY WATSON 
DAVIS Booneville- Business. • KIRBY DAY, JR., Inverness; Liberal Arts- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• CHARLES WILLIAM DEAN, Shaw; Education; Kappa Sigma. • LUCILLE DeBRULER, Evansville, 
Indiana- Liberal Arts. • GRADY ALLEN DECELL, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • WAYNE 
EDWARD DERRINGTON, Jackson; Business- Kappa Siqma. • ROBERT LOUIS DEMILIO. Lyon; 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DOMINIC JOHN DiBENEDETTO, Bay St. Louis; Business. 

• Third Row: ALEX DOCKERY DICKSON, JR., Greenwood- Business: Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOHN 
FLOYD DICKSON, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • NOLAN STUART DICKSON, JR., Aber- 
deen- Business: Delta Psi. • CHARLES FOY DISMUKES, Okolona; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• KATHRYN ELAINE DOWNES, Tyronza, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • CHARLOTTE MOORE DOWNS, 
Booneville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • WALL DOXEY JR., Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • MARTHA SUE DRAPER, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • FRANK LEWIS DOERR, 
JR., Butler, Pa.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 



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• First Row: ARNOLD ROY DOOM, JR., New Albany Liberal Arts. • ELDA HORTENSE DOR- 
SETf, Toccopola; Liberal Arts. • ELIZABETH JANET DORSEY, New Albany; Education; Phi Mu. 

• HAROLD L. DUBUISSON, JR., Gulfport; Business; Kappa Alpha. • FRED BYRON DUKE, JR., 
Clarksdalc; Business. 

• Second Row: WORTH DUNN. Winborn; Liberal Arts. • TRILBY JOYCE EARNHEART, Hernando; 
Business. • JESSE WINSTON EAVENSON, Marks; Business Sigma Chi. • RAYFORD NORMAN 
EDGAR, Water Valley; Liberal Arts. • GEORGE W. EDMONSTON, Dresden, Tenn.; Pharmacy. 



• First Row: ELWOOD LaDURL EDWARDS, Banner; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • MIRIAM JEAN- 
NETTE EDWARDS, Banner; Liberal Arts. • THEODORE GEORGE ELCHOS, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. 

• LAWRENCE M. ELDER, Coldwater- Business; Delta Psi. • WILLIAM PRIEST ELLEDGE Oxford; 
Engineering. • ROBBIE LOU ELLST^ORTH Vicksburg- Business. • RALPH PORTER ELLIOTT, 
Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • MARK JOSEPH ELLZEY, Biloxi; Business- Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM 
EARL ENGLAND, Vicksburg; Business; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: BETTY GOTTHELF ENGLAND, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • ESTELLE KELTNER 
EVANS, Tupelo; Education. • LAREY EVANS, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts. • JOHN DAVID EVANS, 
Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • ROY EVANS, Memphis, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • BARBARA ELIZABETH FLY. 
Water Valley Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • HOSEA PAUL FLANAGAN, Kosciusko; Business. • BETTY 
ALICE FARRELL, St. Louis, Mo.; Education. • CHARLES KOERNER FARMER, Meridian; Liberal 
Arts. 

• Third Row: JOSEPH RODERICK FANCHER, JR., Canton; Business; Delta Psi. • WILMOTH FITZ- 
GERALD FANT, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • WAYNE D. FANCHER, Columbus 
Pharmacy Kappa Sigma • ELOISE FORD, Guntown; Business; Delta Zeta. • JOY FORD 
Picayune; Pharmacy. • PATRICIA FORD, Haftiesburg; Business: Delta Delta Delta. • BERT H 
FORMAN, Memphis, Tenn- Business; Alpha Tau Omega • FRANK RATLIFF FORTENBERRY, Colum- 
Bia; Liberal Arts. • DUDLEY W. FOSTER, Miami, Fla.; Education; Sigma Chi. 




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• First Row: JOHN HENRY FOX, IV, Oxford- Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • JOHN THOMAS FRA- 
ZIER, Crawford; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM M. FRAZIER, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts. • CHARLES HENRY FULGHUM, Booneville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • BRUNO FURINI, 
JR., Lyon; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: CHARLES D. GALEY, Memphis, Tenn.; Education. • CLIFTON NORMAN GALLENT, 
Centerville; Liberal Arts. • B. H. GARNER, Tunica; Education; Delta Psi. • SAMUEL PARKER 
GARDNER, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM ROBERT GARDNER, Tupelo; 
Business; Delta Kappa Epsllan. 



• First Row: RALPH MILTON GARRARD, Isola; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • FRED WEST GARRA- 
WAY, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN JOSEPH GATTAS, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. 

• LOIS MATEEL GAVIN, Cleveland, Ohio; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • LEONARD G. GIBSON, JR., 
Crawford; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM SHERMAN GILLIDETTE, Macomb, III; Business; Beta Theta 
Pi. • FRANK OTHO GIVENS, JR., Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • GEORGE MONROE 
GREGORY, Robinsonville; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • WILLIAM WALTON GRESHAM, JR., 
Indianola; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 




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Beltoni; Business; Kappa Alpha. • PATRICIA MAY GORE, 
Delta Gamma. • LELAND GOUGH, Meridian; Business. 
Pharmacy. • ANNA LOU GRIFFITH, Mantes; Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: LESTER LEE GRIFFIN 
Lake Providence, La,; Liberal Arts; 

• HENRY GREGORIO, Powhatan, La.; Pharm 

• LOWELL EDWARD GRISHAM, luka; Busii 
Tenn.; Business. • BERT ORAN GUNN, JR., 
HAGER, Meadville, Pa.; Engineering; Sigma Nu. 

• Third Row: JOHN CULLUM HALBROOK, Belzoni; Liberal Arts. • DWAYNE L. HALE, New Albany; 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOYCE HALE, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • E. DEE 
HAMILTON, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • STUART DOUGLAS HAMLEY, Lake Providence, La.; 
Business. • ARNOLD TOWNSEND HAMMOND, Winona; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • EDWARD 
HAMRIC, Hernando; Education. • CHARLES DOUGLAS HANCOCK, St. Peterburg, Fla.; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT LOUIS HARBOUR, Oxford; Business. 



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• First Row: PENNY HARDAWAY, Marlanna, Ark.- Education; Delta Delta Delta. • EMMAGENE 
HARDY, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • ELMO OK^EGA HARRISON, Cotteeville- Business. 

• HARRIET ANN HARRISON, Truman, Ark.; Business; Delta Gamma. • THOMAS CLEMENTS 
HARVEY, JR., Gultport; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: THOMAS CLIFTON HARVIEL, Holly Springs; Pharmacy. • ISAAC EDWARD 
HARRIS Meridian; Business. • PATSY HAYNES, Ellisvllle- Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • VASSAR 
D. HEMPHILL, JR., Greenwood; Education; Sigma Chi. • ALBERT W. HEFFNER, JR., Philipp; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 



• First Row: CHARLES B. HENLEY, Haielhurst- Liberal Arts- Delta Psi. • LEROY J. HENRY, 
Baldwyn; Education. • J. CARL HERRIN, JR.' Durant; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOAN 
HERRING, Batesville; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • EDWARD HIGGINBOTHOM, Stamps, Ark. 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omeqa. • ARNOLD P. HILL, Dumas; Education. • BERNARD W. HILL 
West Point; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOHN JOSEPH HILL, Philadelphia, Pa.; Education 
Alpha Tau Omega. • JOAN HOFF, Vicksburg; Business; Delta Zeta. 

• Second Row: NANCY HOWERTON HOLLIDAY Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM B. 
HOLLOMAN, Ruleville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • EDMAN WHITFIELD HOLMES, JR., Oxford; 
Liberal Arts. • THOMAS MARTIN HOLDER, Houston; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • HAROLD 
MONROE HOOPER, Kosciusko; Business. • ANN SELBY HOPKINS Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • THOMAS JOE HOPPER, Rienzi; Business. • EDWIN M. HORNER. Morristown, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts. • HENRY THOMAS HORTON, Columbia; Business. 

• Third Row: WILLIAM H. HOWARD, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN PAUL 
HUDSON, JR., Scobey; Liberal Arts. • POMEROY DUNHAM HUFF, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • GRADY RAY HUFF, Pulaski- Pharmacy. • THOMAS EDWIN HULL. Taylorsville; 
Pharmacy. • CLYDE GRIFFIN HUGGINS, Watertown, Tenn.; Pharmacy • WILL ZACK HUGGINS, 
III Quitman- Business Pi Kappa Alpha. • JAMES FRANKLIN HUGHES, Oakland; Business; Pi 
Ka'ppa Alpha.' • GASTON TORRENCE HUNTER, Mobile, Ala.; Business; Sigma Nu. 




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• First Row: SIDNEY HURDLE, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • JOE JACK HURST. Macon; Liberal 
Arts. • HARVEr MUTTON HUTCHINS, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • ROSEMARY IRBY, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • JIM R. ISON, Meridian; Business. 

• Second Row: BRETT F. JACKSON, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • LOUIS FOSTER JACK- 
SON Memphis, Tenn.- Business- Alpha Tau Omega. • GERALD IRVING JACOBS, Vicksburg; Busi- 
ness;' Sigma Phi Epsi'lon. • JOE JACOBS, Tupelo; Business; Kappa Sigma. • GEORGE CLARK 
JEFFERSON, Lynchburg. Va.; Education. 



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• First Row: DAVID NORMAN JEFFORDS West Memphis. Ark.; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• DENVER JENKINS, Natchez; Business; Chi Omega. • SAMUEL NESBIT JENNINGS. Kosciusko; 
Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CLARINE JOBE Grenada; Business. • MURIEL SALOME JOHN. 
Meridian; Liberal Arts. • FRED ARNOLD JOHNSON. Greenwood; Engineering; Sigma Chi. 

• FORREST ALLEN JOHNSON, Sallis; Liberal Arts. • JOHN MAYE JONES, Macon; Business; 
Kappa Alpha. • THOMAS DOUGLAS JORDAN. Magnolia; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: ALTON JOSEPH, Vicksburg; Business- PI Kappa Alpha. • EDWARD ROWEN 
JOYCE, St. Augustine, Fla.; Education; Kappa Alpha. • JOYCE SHIRLEY JUSTICE, Pascagoula; 
Liberal Arts. • JEAN LOUISE KEASLER Holcomb; Liberal Arts. • KATHLEEN DODD KEEN, 
Hattlesburg; Liberal Arts. • KENNETH HARRY KELLERMAN Blue Mountain; Business. • HAROLD 
C. KELLY Burns- Education. • JAMES ROBERT KILGORE, III, Etta; Business; PI Kappa Alpha. 

• ELLEN CLAIR KIRBY-SMITH, Sewanee, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Third Row: CECIL KIRKIS. JR., Ford, Virginia; Education. • JOE R. KING Laurel; Business- 
Kappa Sigma. • CHARLES R. KIRKPATRICK, Saltlllo; Liberal Arts. • JOHN LEWIS KITTLE 
Tunica; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOHN OWEN KROEZE, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• ELEANOR HENSON KNEE, Ripley, Tenn.; Liberal Arts- Kappa Delta. • CASTLE R. KNOX, 
Memphis Tenn.; Business. • J. A. KNOTT, JR., Pittsburg, Pa.; Business- Sigma Alpha Epsllon. 

• JAMES EDGAR KNOX, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. 



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• First Row: JOHN ROBERT LAIRD, Union; Business; Sigma Nu. • AARON LAMBERT Fulton; 
Education. • DAVID FLAVOUS LAMBERT, JR., Belmont; Liberal Arts. • LAMAR W. LANE 
Jackson; Pharmacy; Sigma Chi. • PATRICIA LAND, New Orleans, La.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 

• Second Row: EVEN DELLISCE LANDRUM, Picayune; Business. • GARNETT RICHARD LANNING, 
Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JIMMIE LOU LANTRIP, Oxford; Business. • JAMES SIDNEY 
LATTURE, Little Rock, Ark.; Pharmacy. • CHARLES HILERE LEGGETT, Union Church; Business; Phi 
Kappa Psi. 



• First Row: LAWRENCE M. LEGGETT, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • STEVE C. LEIST. Vicks- 
burg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • SARA LeMASTER. Sardls; Pharmacy. • WILLIAM VAUGHT 
LENOIR, JR., McComb; Business; Sigma Nu. • JEAN MARIE LEWIS, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • WILLIAM FLOYD LEWIS, Forest; Engineering. • ANDERSON MALTRUERSE LIN- 
TON, Isola; Pharmacy, Beta Theta Pi. • WILLIAM B. LLOYD, JR., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Alpha. • HOSEY H. LOCKE, Oxford; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: JEAN ELISE LOTT, Bude; Education; Kappa Delta. • MARION EUGENE LOWE, 
JR., Glendora; Business- PI Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM THOMSOM LOWRY, Jackson; Business; Kappa 
Alpha. • WILLIAM IITUS LOWRY, Byhalla; Pharmacy. • JOSEPH TILLMAN LYLE, Newton; 
Liberal Arts; PI Kappa Alpha. • ARCHIE R. McDONNELL, Okolona; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilofl. 

• CLAUDE MILTON McBRYDE, Sumrall; Business; Sigma Phi Epsllon. • GENNE McCLAIN, West 
Point; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • WILLIAM LEE McCORD. Cordova, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: BETTIE JANE McCORMICK, Greenwood, Miss.; Business; Phi Mu. • JOHN DANIEL 
McELROY Fulton- Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • ELLIS H. McGLAUN, Baldwyn; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• NONa' JOYCE McGUIRE, Baldwyn; Business; Delta Zeta. • HERBERT BUFORD McGUFFEE, JR., 
Utica; Business. • PATTY JEAN McKAY, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • LEE HOMER 
McKENZIE, Michigan City; Business. • DALE HARBOUR McKIBBEN, Water Valley; Business. 

• CLARENCE E. McLEAN. JR., Hattlesburg; Business; Sigma Chi. 



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• First Row: NEWTON McLEAN, Ba^sfield; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • JOHN BRIGGS McLEMORE, 
JR., Blanche Tenn.; Business. • MARION BARNES McLEMORE, Marion; Liberal Arts. • RUDOLPH 
McREE JR. Eupora- Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • MRS. LUCIE BECKER MAGEE, Brook- 
haven; Liberal Arts Kappa Delta. • HELEN E. MAGEE, Oxford; Business. • HELENA CORBETTE 
MAGRUDER, Starkville; Liberal Arts. • LAUCH McLAURIN MAGRUDER, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WARREN DAVID MANN, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: SALLY MAJORS, Oxford- Liberal Arts. • RALPH HEATH MARBLE Leiand; Business; 
Kappa Alpha. • EARL H. MARSHALL, Troy, Tenn,; Pharmacy. • JACK LOUIS MARSHALL, Home- 
stead Fla.; Education. • ROBERT L. MAY, Philadelphia; Business. • IRA THOMAS MAY, Meridian; 
Business. • BYRON ABERNETHY MAYO Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • SUE MAXWELL, McGehee, 
Arkansas; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • BARBARA ELIZABETH MILLER, Homestead, Fla.; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• First Row: GEORGE L. MILLER JR., West Point; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT ANDREW MITCHELL, 
Walnut Grove- Liberal Arts- Sigma Nu. • ROSIE MITCHELL Meridian; Liberal Arts. • CLYDE 
BRANN MITTS, Swifton, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • WOODFIN GRADY MOFFETT, Lucedale; 
Pharmacy. • SUNSHINE MOHAMED, Belzoni; Pharmacy. • PHILIP RICHARD MONAGHAN, 
Honesdale Pa.; Education- Sigma Nu. • JAMES MONTGOMERY MACKIE, Holly Springs; Liberal 
Arts. • DOROTHY LEE MOONEY, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. 

• Second Row: HUGH HARMON MOORE, Bay St. Louis; Business; Kappa Alpha. • GLORIA 
HUGHES MOSS, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • JESSIE MAE MORRIS, Oxford; 
Education; Delta Zeta. • ROBERT HARRY MULLETT, Quitman- Business; Sigma Nu. • HARRY 
EDWARD MUSGROVE, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • JAMES K. MUSKELLEY, White- 
haven Tenn.; Liberal Arts- Pi Kappa Alpha. • ERVIN EDWARD NELSON, JR., Water Valley; 
Engineering, • WILLIAM MILLER NELSON, JR., Yaioo City; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Third Row: CHRISTINE NICHOLS, Winborn; Business. • JAMES FRED NIXON, JR. Tishomingo- 
Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • WILSON P. NOBLIN, Yazoo City; Business. • JAMES WALLACE 
NORMAN, Houlka; Business. • JASE OWEN NORSWORTHY, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• SPURGEON BOYCE NOWOOD, Corinth; Business; Sigma Chi. • PETE J. NOSSER, Vicksburg; 
Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOSEPH F. NUCKOLLS, Bolivar, Tenn- Pharmacy. • ANTHONY 
B. NUNEZ, JR., Violet, La.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • MARVIN EDWARD OAKES, Water 
Valley; Engineering. 



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• First Row: SARAH ELIZABETH ODEN, Laurel; Business; Delta Delta Delta. • INEZ ODOM, 
Slate Springs; Pharmacy. • JAMES MARSHALL OVERCAST Hazel, Ky.; Pharmacy. • JERRY 
OTWELL, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • EUGENE JOHN OXNAM, St. Louis, Mo.; 
Education. 

• Second Row: JACK S. PARKER, Sumrall; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • EDGAR DALE 
PARRIS, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Business. • CHARLES NEWTON PAYNE, JR., Saltillo; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT T. PAYNE, Cascilla; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM H. 
PEEL, Holly Springs; Pharmacy; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



• First Row: LOIS ANN PEGRIM, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • JOE RUSSELL PERKINS. 
Vicksburg; Education; Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM PRESTON PERKINS, JR., Senatobia; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES HERMAN PIERCE, Potts Camp; Pharmacy. • ELIZABETH ANNE 
PILKINTON, Artesia; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • JOHN R. PITTMAN, Lake Como; Liberal Arts. 

• JOHN L. PITTS, JR., Pontotoc; Engineering. • EDSEL EDWIN POSEY, Plantersville; Liberal Arts. 

• JULIAN FRANKLIN POTTER, Wayside, Education. 

• Second Row: VIRGINIA JANE POWERS, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • HOLLIE W. PREST- 
AGE, Fulton; Business. • JAMES EMORY PRICE, JR., Corinth; Libera! Arts; Sigma Chi. • JAMES 
LEO QUNN, JR., Sturgis; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN WILLIAM QUINN, III; Greenwood; 
Business; Kappa Alpha. • BARTON WADE RATLIFF, Drew; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • JOHN 
FRANKLIN RAWLS, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • JAMES HUGH RAY. 
Renzi; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JOHN A. RAYBURN, Pontotoc; Business. 

• Third Row: EMMA ALLEN RAYNER, Meriaold; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • ROBERT CANADA 
REEDER, Coldwater; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • HENRY LAWRENCE REID, Greenville; Business; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • CHRISTINE McELROY REID, Natchez; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• BERTHA ANNE RHENEY, Homestead, Fla.; Business; Zeta Tau Alpha. • RUTH HARDY RIDG- 
WAY Memphis, Tenn; Business; Phi Mu. • BETTY RIVES, Rossville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. 

• MARY CAROLYN ROBERTSON, Blue Mountain; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES WRIGHT ROBINSON, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 




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• First Row: JANE ROBINSON, Batesville; Business. • JANE ELIZABETH RODGERS, Leiand 
Business; Delta Ganr.ma. • GUY NORTHCROSS ROGERS, New Albany; Business; Kappa Sigma 

• ALICIA MORROW ROLLINS, Waveland; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • ROSEMARY ROLLINS 
Waveland; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta • THOMAS A. ROMANO. Laurel; Business. • HENRY CAL 
VIN ROSE, JR., Winona- Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • EMOGENE ROSS, Olive Branch; Business. 

• WILLIAM ERNEST ROTHROCK, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: GUY MANNING ROWLAND, Walnut Business. • WILLIAM WARREN RUBLE 
Gulfport- Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JAMES A. RUSHING Oxford; Business. • DOT 
RUSSELL, Pontotoc; Business; Kappa Delta, e RUDOLPH V. RUSSELL, Taylorsville; Pharmacy; Kappa 
Sigma. • ROBERT LEE RUSSUM. Flora; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • 8. C. RUTH, Greenwood, 
Miss.; Business. • OSCAR ARTHUR RUTSKY, Memphis, Tenn ; Pharmacy. • RAYMOND FARLEY 
SALMON, Coahoma; Business; Kappa Alpha. 



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• First Row: GERALD BYRON SANDERS, Sledge; Liberal Arts. • V 
Biloxi- Liberal Arts- Phi Mu. • HUGH J. SCHNEIDER, Laurel; Lil 

• WILLIAM GAVIN SCOTT, Beroit; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • WILLI 
Education. • ELIZABETH ANNETTE SCRUGGS, Dundee; Liberal Art 
SEARCY, Greenville; Business; Kapoa Sigma. • ROBERT JAMES ! 
Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CHLOE B. SHAW Brownsville Tenn. 



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• Second Row: ROY DEXTER SHEFFIELD, Dorsey; Liberal Arts. 
Tenn- Pharmacy. • AMY NANNETTE SHIPP, Taylor; Education 
Education. • FLORENCE WARE SHOFNER, Winona; Liberal Arts. 
Pharmacy. • JOHN URIE SIMMONDS, JR., Gulfport; Liberal , 



• PAUL SHELLABARGER, Bells, 
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less; Delta Gamma. • EVELYN MARGARET SIMS, Columbia; 

• Third Row: RICHARD EVANS SIRES, Macon Ga- Pharmacy; Sigma Chi. • BANKS EMERSON 
SMITH, Memphis, Tenn.; Business. • BARBARA KAY SMITH, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Zeta. • CLIFFORD ELIZABETH SMITH, Raleigh, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • GEORGE CAMERON 
SMITH III Hattlesburg- Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JOHN R. SMITH, Oxford; Education 

• STANLEY LEON SMITH, Bruce; Liberal Arts • CLAUDIA KATHLEEN SNIPES, Tupelo; Liberal 
Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • JAMES BODYNE SNOW, Corinth; Pharmacy; Sigma Chi. 



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• First Row: JAMES CLINTON TOTTEN, JR., Holly Springs; Liberal Arts- Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• JOHN DAVID TOWNSEND Jonesboro, Ark.; Business. • BYRD JAMES TRUSSELL, JR.. Grenada. 
Miss.- Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JACK TUBE, Jackson- Business. • L. D. TURNER Oxford; 
Liberal Arts. • JAMES OSCAR TWICHELL, Abbeville; Education. • JOHN DAVID VANCE, JR., 
Batesville- Liberal Arts- Delta Psi. • ANNE VON-SEUTTER, Jackson- Liberal Arts. • JOE CAVIN 
V^EATHERSPOON, Bohama, N. C, Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: BUFORD E. WELLS, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • JAMES HARVEY WELLS 
Cotton Plant; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • KATHRYN CLAIRE WELLS, Jackson; Liberal Arts- Phi 
Mu • MONROE GADDY ^ELLS, Oakland- Pharmacy. • JAMES VESTER WENTZELL, Biloxi; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • JOE WESTMORELAND Shannon; Liberal Arts. • J. T. WEST- 
MORELAND JR., Shannon; Liberal Arts. • ARTHUR F. WHATLEY, Vicksburg- Business; Kappa Alpha 

• JEAN WHEELER, Hernando; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• First Row: FRED HADEN WALKER, GuHport- Liberal Arts- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • SHELBY LEE 
WALLACE, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • RICHARD GARLAND WALLS, 
Houlka; Liberal Arts. • MARGARET ELINOR WALTERS, Clarksdale; Education; Kappa Delta. 

• JACK WARNER, Louisville- Education. • HORACE MANCHESTER WATKINS, Jackson; Business. 

• RICHARD THOMAS WATSON, Woodville; Liberal Arts. • FRAND BETHEA WATTS, Wiggins; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • CHARLES DuBUISSON WILLIAMS, JR., Yaioo City; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Sigma. 

• Second Row: EDWIN CALE WILLIAMS, Plain; Liberal Arts. • JAMES ENOCH WILLIAMS, Gun- 
town; Business. • OSCAR LANE WILLIAMS Laurel- Liberal Arts- Pi Kappa Alpha. • VAL E. 
WILLIAMS, JR., Millington, Tenn.; Business;' Beta Theta Pi. • WAYNE GRAHAM WILLIAMS. 
Oteen, N. C; Liberal Arts. • ELLEN M. WILLIAMSON, Greenwood; Education; Chi Omega. 

• JOSEPH E. WILSON, Clarksdale- Pharmacy. • ALTON EUGENE WINDSOR, Oxford; Liberal 
Arts. • A. J. WHITTINGTON Hazlehurst; Pharmacy. 

• Third Row: JOE T. WILLINGHAM, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • HENRY HAYS WOOD, 
Oakland; Pharmacy.* PAULINE D. WOOD, Tuscola; Liberal Arts. • JEAN ELIZABETH WREN, 
Red Bay, Ala.; Education; Delta Zeta. • MARTHA LOUISE WREN Doddsville; Liberal Arts. 
Phi Mu. • CHARLES CLIFTON WRIGHT, Meridian; Business; Kappa Sigma. • DOROTHY ANNE 
WRIGHT Rolling Fork- Liberal Arts- Phi Mu. • ALVA LEWIS WYLIE, Tupelo; Pharmacy- Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • ROBBIE RAY YANCY, Bruce; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • WILFRED E. YARBROUGH, 
Indianola- Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DERRY LYNN YOUNG, Raleigh, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 

• HOLLIE SPENCER YOUNG Bruce; Business Kappa Alpha. 



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• First Row: MARION ELDRIDGE ADDISON, Memphis Tenn.; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • ANDREW 
ROY ADDKINSON, Jackson; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOHN ADAMS ALDRIDGE, Estill; Liberal 
Arts, Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES CARL ALEXANDER, JR., Kosciusco; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• CHARLES HENRY ALEXANDER, Houston; Business 

• Second Row: LEILA MARGARET ALEXANDER, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • WILLIAM H. 
ALEXANDER. Bay Springs; Business. • KATE BRITTAIN ALFORD, Hailehurst; Music; Kappa Delta. 

• CHARLES EDGAR ALLEN, Jackson; Business; Delta Psi. • ELEANOR ZOE ALLEN, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



• First Row; HOWARD QUINN ALLEN, Big Creek; Pharmacy. • JAMES PERRY ALLEN, Fayettp; 
Engineering. • MINNIE MAE ALLEN, Fayette; Business; Delta Zeta. • RICHARD McNEIL ALLEN, 
Indianola; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • SAM ALMAN, III Gulfport; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• BRANNAN J. ANDERSON, Grenada; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WALLACE IRWIN ANDERSON, 
Crosby; Engineering. • CARL FERDINAND ANDRE', Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• VICTOR H. APPLEWHITE, Bassfield; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: MAY STILES ARTZ, Centerville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • W. CONWAY ARTZ. 
Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • GORDON SWINNEY ASHLEY, Levington; Business 

• JOHN ALVIN ASHMORE, Pontotoc; Pharmacy. • VICTOR S. ASHMORE, JR., Oxford; Engineer- 
ing. • WILLIAM HAMMOND ATKINS, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ELISHA 
W. ATKINSON, Pickens; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • EUGENE W. ATKINSON. Carrollton; Busi- 
ness. • BRUCE GREEN AUSTIN. Tie Plant; Engineering. 

• Third Row: ROY GLENN AYLES, Oxford; Engineering • RUBY FRANCES BAGWELL. Oxford; 
Education. • GEORGE THOMAS BAILEY, Gulfport; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • CHARLIE 
EUGENE BAIRO, Water Valley; Liberal Arts. • HALL BALDRIDGE, Memphis; Business; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • CLAUDE LAWRENCE BALLENTINE, JR., Columbus; Liberal Arts • TEMPLE 
BARNARD, Anguilla; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES CHANDLER BARFOOT, JR., 
Philadelphia; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • FRANCES JOY BELL, Oxford; Libera! Arts; Delta Zeta. 



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• First Row: MARY MINNEOLA BELL. Bradenton, Florida; Engineerin 
BELLINA. Meridian; Engineering. • JEAN WELLS BENOIST. Coffeeville 
DAMPEER BERCH, Hazlehurst; Pharmacy. • IRVING M. BERNSTEIN. 
Epsilon Pi. 

• Second Row: HOMER BEST. JR.. Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN BETHEA. Hattiesburg; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • GUY CAMERON BILLUPS. JR.. Greenwood; Kappa Alpha. • EDWARD 
S. BIRCHETT Yazoo City; Business; Kappa Alpha. • FLOYD E. BISHOP. Laurel; Business. 



• First Row: MARION FRANKLIN BISHOP. Shaw; Liberal Arts: PI Kappa Alpha. • DAVID ZEMERY 
BLACK. Jennie. Arkansas; Liberal Arts. • LOUISE BARRETT BLACKLIDGE Elllsville; Business. 

• JAMES ORION BLANKENSHIP. West Point Pharmacy. • ORION DEE BLANTON, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega. • JO ELINOR BOGARD Parkin. Arkansas; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Delta. • JAMES OLIVER BOLTZ. Wiggins; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOE FRANK 
BOND. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • WILLIAM H. BOOLOS. Clarksdale; Business. 

• Second Row: MARTHA JANE BORING, Greenwood; Business; Chi Omega. • THOMAS NEVILLE 
BOSCHERT, Duncan; Liberal Arts. • JAMES OTHELL BOUNDS. Philadelphia; Business. • GRADY 
ODELL BOWDEN. Memphis. Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • BEHY NODA BOWDRE. Hernando; Business: 
Chi Omega. • MARGARET ANN BOWFN. Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega • BOBBY BENNETT 
BOWIE. Newport. Arkansas; Business; Sigma Chi. • EVERETTE WAYNE BOWIE, McCool. Miss.; 
Pharmacy. • MARTHA V. BOWMAN. Amory; Libera! Arts. 

• Third Row: JAMES ROBERT BRANNING Meridian; Business; Kappa Sigma • JOE E. BRANUM. 
JR., Greenwood; Business. • PAUL NORRIS BRENT, Summit- Pharmacy. • LLOYD MILLER BRID- 
GERS. Jackson; Business; Kappa Sigm^i • VERNON H BROOM. Columbia; Liberal Arts • FRANK 
H, BOWER, Ch.vleston; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • BETTY JEAN BROWN Lorman; Liberal A^t^; 
Delta Zeta. • CHARLES HENRY BROWN. Washington; Liberal Arts. • JASPER BARNES BROWN, 
JR.. Carrollton; Business. 



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• First Row; JEAN STRATTON BRUECK, Forest; Businpss; Kappa Delta 
Business. • LESLIE RAY BRYANT, JR., Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 
Houlka; Engineering. 

• Second Row: ERNEST BERNARD BUEHLER, III, Greenville; Business, • EDWARD LYNCH BURNS, 
Coffeeville; Liberal Arts. • FREDERICK McREA BURNS, Coffeville; Liberal Arts. • BILL CLOWER 
BURNS, Ruleville- Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • HELEN FLORENCE BURNSIDE Meridian Liberal 
Arts. • MILLARD MUNDELL BUSH, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 



• First Row: EDWARD JOSEPH BYRNE, Natchez; Business; 
FRANCIS BYRNE. Natchez; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JAMES NORRIS CALDWELL, Tup 
LOWRY CALDWELL, Senatobia; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa 
Dublin; Liberal Arts. • LEE LEMON CAMERON Wiggins; Ph 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HENRY 
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• Second Row: WILLIAM HENRY CARNES, JR., Gultport; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DAVID 
WILLIAM CARR, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • CARLOTTE TERESA CARR, Whitfield; Pharmacy; Phi Mu. 

• BILLY CARROLL, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • ALVA FRANKLIN CARTER, 
Woodville- Liberal Arts. • JOHN THOMAS CASE, Brookhaven- Pharmacy Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

• JOHN ALVIN CASTILLOW, Leakesville; Liberal Arts. • ATWOOD DUNCAN CHALK. JR., Meri- 
dian; Liberal Arts. • DAVID CHARLES CHAPMAN, Oxford; Engineering. 

• Third Row: WILLIAM DURDEN CHATHAM, Shaw; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES WHIT- 
TEN CHILDRESS Ashland- Business, • HARRY CHILDRESS, Satartia; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• LAWRENCE JAMES CLARK. JR., Vicksburg; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • MARY JOYCE 
CLAYTON, Meridian; Business; Delta Delta Delta. • AUBREY O'NEAL CLEMENT, Pontotoc Liberal 
Arts. • OLIVE ELIZABETH CLOWER Gulfport; Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma. • BILLY 
TOMMY COLLUM, Golden- Liberal Arts. • JOHN BRADSON COOK, Meadville; Business. 




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• First Row: MARION COOK, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • N. S. COOK. Laurel; Liberal Arts. 

• FRANK ROGERS COOPER. Columbus; Business; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT SIDNEY COOPER. Forest; 
Business; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES RAY COPELAND. Laurel; Business. 

• Second Row: JACK COVERT, Meridian; Business; Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT FRANK COVERT, 
Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma • BOBBY COVINGTON Louisville Business. • GEORGE 
COVINGTON, Canton; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LILA LORAINE COX Jackson; 




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• First Row: RAYMOND HYTOWER COX, Booneville; Liberal Arts. • WALTER PATRICK CROS- 
WELL, Philadelphia; Business. • JOEL IRA CUlLUM, Caruthersville. Mo.; Liberal Arts. • GEORGE 
LYN CULPEPPER. Silver Creek; Business. • JOHN BRITTAIN CUNNINGHAM, Tchula; Business; 
Delta Psi. • JOHN ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, Booneville, Liberal Arts; Fhi Delta Theta. • JAMES 
C. DABNEY, Hernando; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • BILLY HIGHTOWER DAVIS. Houston; Busi- 
ness; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM M. DAVIS, Itta Bena; Business; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: JESSE BUTLER DAY, McComb; Liberal Arrs. • THOMAS JEFFERSON DEAN. Her- 
nando; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • GORDON DeLASHMET. Moss Point- Business- Sigma 
Chi. • RAYMOND DIAZ, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Chi. • RICHARD PHILLIP DICKSON, 
Moss Point; Liberal Arts. • HEYWARD A. DILLARD. Pachuta; Business. • FREDERICK RODOLPH 
DINKINS. Leaksville; Liberal Arts. • JACK B. DONALDSON, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Kappa Sigma. 

• GEORGE AARON DOUGLASS, Trenton, Ohio; Business. 

• Third Row: DEAN CARLTON DuBOIS, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN WILLIAM 
OULANEY, Tunica; Business; Delta Psi. • ELIZABETH HAZEL DUNCAN, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. 

• DAVID WARE DUNN. OxfoM; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma • JOHN MITCHELL DUNNAN. 
Beaumont; Liberal Arts. • SAMUEL D WILSON DuVALL. Oxford; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• ROBERT ARTHUR JACKSON DYER, JR . Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ARVAH 
EUGENE DYESS, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • MARTHA WRAY EDWARDS Memphis; Business. 



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DONALD EHRHARDr, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. '• GEORGE R. ELLIS, Waynesboro; 
Liberal Arts- Sigma Nu. • LEWIS DANIEL ELLIS, Collins; Business. • WILLIAM MAYO ELLIS, 
Columbus; Education. 



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LOU ELLISE Greenwood- Education. • THELMA JEAN ELLSWORTH, 

• CLEVLAND DENNY FAGGARD JR. Kreole- Education. • JOHN 

Meridian; Business; Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH DAVID FARRIS, Vicksburq; 



• First Row: ROWLAND WILKINSON FAUST Bobo; Liberal Arts- Pi Kappa Alpha. • PATRICIA 
ANN FERGERSON, Ripley, Tenn ; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • WILLIAM MAURICE FERGUSON, 
Marks; Business. 9 FRED LEE FIELDER, JR , Greenville; Business. • TAULBERT JAMES FINCH. 
McComb; Pharmacy Sigma Nu. • KEITH WILLIAMSON FINLEY, Tupelo- Engineering- Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • BURNEY MARSHALL FOOKES, Tupelo; Business. • EARL FORD FORTENBERRY, Phar- 
macy; Louisville. • CECIL COLE FOX, Canton; Business; Delta Psi. 

• Second Row: DAN FOX Louisville; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • THAD LEWIS FOWLER, 
Hattiesburg; Business- Phi Delta Theta. • PAUL ANDREW FRASIER Philadelphia; Pharmacy. 

• BILLIE JEAN FRENCH, Byhalia; Business. • CHARLES ORVILLE FRIEDMAN, Jonestown; Business: 
Phi Epsilon Pi. • ALFRED DOUGLAS FRYMAN. Port Gibson; Education. • RAYMOND TOBIAS 
FURR JR. Courtland- Pharmacy. • PHILLIP HORACE GALLOWAY Clarksdale; Education. 

• WILLIAM FIELDS GALTNEY, Corinth; Business; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Third Row: FREDERICK GARDNER, Moorhead- Business. • LLOYD EDWIN GARY, Eupora; Liberal 
Arts • WILLIAM ATTERSON GARY Terry- Liberal Arts, • JOHN ROBERT GASTON, Clarksdale; 
Education Phi Delta Theta. • EDWIN DOUGLASS GEISLER, Corinth- Business. • HOYLE S. 
GENTY Meridian- Business Kappa Alpha. • JEAN RODELLE GERARD, Bude; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Zeta. • JOE IVY GILLESPIE, Columbia, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • WILLIAM MEEK 
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• First Row: JOHNNY M. GIRNER Sardis; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • EDWIN HORATIO 
GOULD Okolona Business- Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • JOHN C GRAMMER Friars Point; Business. 

• HOWARD RAY GRAY, luka; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • EVERETT OLAND GRAYSON. Quitman; 
Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: ELMORE DOUGLAS GREAVES, Jdckson; 
COOK GREAVES. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • 
Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES HEWin GRIFFIN, 

• VAN REED GRISHAM. Aberdeen; Pharmacy. 



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n; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



• First Row: GEORGE H. GULLEY. JR.. Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon • BIIL 
GUNN Charleston Education; Kappa Sigma. • LUNDY REED GUNN, Tutwiler- Business Phi Kappa 
Psi. • BETTY JANE HADAD Vicksburg; Business. • HARRY KENDALL HALE Fulton; Business. 

• REUBEN ALDRIDGE HALE, Greenwood; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • GEORGE BENNETT 
HALL. Mt. Olive- Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM THOMAS HAMILTON Memphis Tenn.; Business Alpha 
Tau Omega. • DOROTHY EVELYN HAMM, Oxford; Business; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Second Row: VICTOR GARNET HAMMONS Holcomb- Business. • JERRY ASKEW HANCOCK, 
Memphis. Tenn- Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • MARY ROSE HANNA. Columbus; Business. 

• WILLIAM MALCOM HARDEE. Jackson- Business; Phi Delta Theta. • EARNEST LEE HARDIN, 
Macon- Business- Kappa Alpha. • HUDSON SPENCER HARGETT Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES CAWOOD HARGIS, Oxford- Business. • LOUIS WAYNE HARMON. 
Oxford; Liberal Arts. • JOSEPH ELLIOTT HARPER. Moss Point; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Third Row: EDWARD B. HARPOLE. Laurel; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha • CHARLES ROY 
HARRIS Greenwood- Business; Phi Delta Theta. • CLAUDE HARDISON HARRISON. JR. Corinth; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • HENRY LEE HARWELL, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

• HARRIET GLENN HASKEW, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta • WILLIAM MADISON 
HASSON, Meridian; Business Kappa Alpha. • SHIRLEY LOUISE HATAWAY Vicksburg; Liberal 
Arts • CAROLE EUGENIA HAWKINS, Philadelphia- Liberal Arts; Delta iSamma. • JOSEPH 
BENJIMIN HAWKINS. Raleigh; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. 



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• First Row: JAMES ABNER JEFFREYS. Coffseville; Business. • EULAS STAMPS JENKINS Winona; 
Liberal Arts. • ROLAND HAIRSTON JENKINS, Waynesboro- Liberal Arts. • JOHN WILLIAM 
JENNINGS Tulwiler- Liberal Arts- Alptia Tau Omega. • JOHN JOBRON, Silver Creek- Liberal 



• Second Row: BRUCE MORELAND JOHNSON. Memphis; Lil 
JOHNSON. Memphis; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOAh 
haven Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta • JOHN A. JOHNSON, Oxfor 
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JOHNSON, Maud; Liberal Arts. • WESLEY GREY JOHNSON Minter City- Business- Sigma Chi. 

• WILTON GEROME JOHNSON, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • HERMAN MITCHELL JOHNS- 
TON, Itta Bena; Business; Sigma Chi. • JOHN EDWARD JOHNSTON Shannon- Liberal Arts. 

• CHARLES HOWARD JONES, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • EDLEY H. JONES, JR., Vicksburg; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HARRY E. JONES, Biloxi: Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: HENRY DOUGLAS JONES, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HENRY 
HARRISON JONfcS, Magee- Liberal Arts. • LEWIS A. JONES, Oakland- Business. • OSBORNE 
JONES, Magee; Business. • CHARLIE B. JORDON, Oxford; Business. • DAVID OLEN JOURDAN, 
JR., luka; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • EVELYN ERNESTINE JOURDAN luka; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Zeta. • JUSTINE EVELYNE KAZAR, Tchula; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT THOMAS KELL, Pascagoula; 
Business. 



• Third Row: MAURICE CALDWELL KEMP, 
EDWARD KENNEDY, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • E. LAMAR KINZEY, Me 
Business. • RICHARD HARVEY KING, Greenvill 
Business; Delta Zeta. • ROLAND CLEVELAND 

• RANSOM BROWN KIRKLAND, Waynesboro; Lib 



il Arts; Kappa Sigma. • RICHARD 
. KIMBROUGH, Louisville; Business; 
ss. • JAMES BILLY KING, Memphis; 
Business- • TERESA MARIAM KING, Fayette: 

KIRBY, Houston- Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma, 

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KNIGHT, Memphis; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • 
Alpha. • JOYCE LOUISE KUNOFSKY, Grace; 
Kappa Sigma. 



: Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM LESLIE 
KROEZE, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
• CLIFTON ALBERT LAMB, Business; 



• Second Row: SAMUEL HOPKINS LAMBDIN, JR., Natchez- Business- Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• HANRY ALLEN LEE, Stanford; Liberal Arts. • RICHARD A. LENOIR Bude- Business. • BERTHA 
KATHRYN LEWIS, Havtiesburg; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • GEORGE HARRY LEWIS. Chunky; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 



• First Row: JOHN WILLIAM LEWIS, Rosedale- Education- Kappa Sigma. • RUSSELL O. LITCH- 
FIELD, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • TOM ROWLAND LONG, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • FRED JACOB LOTTERHOS, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • ANNIE MAUD 
LOVELADY, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • EDWIN LOUIS LOWRY, Philadelphia; Business; Sigma Nu. 

• JOSEPH HUGH LUCKETT, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • RAY CHARLES LYLE, Tupelo; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 



• Second Row: MARY JANE MADDEN, Nasi 
MAHONEY, Minter City; Liberal Arts; Chi On 

• JACK RALPH MANN, Double Springs, 4 
Baton Rouge, La.; Liberal Arts. • OOLLIE / 

• JAMES RALPH MARKETTE, Brookhaven; Lib. 



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ville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • FRANCES MINETTE 
ega. • BRISON MANN, Double Springs; Education, 
labama- Business. • MARY JOHNSON MANSHIP, 
BNER MARDIS Fayette; Business- Pi Kappa Alpha, 
lal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM BYRON 



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• Third Row: EWELL BUTLER MARTIN, McComb; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • REXFORD BRYAN 
MARTIN, Calhoun City; Business. • SARA LEES MASON, Jonesboro, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta. • JOHN FRANKLIN MAUGH, Leiand; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • ALBERT LLOYD 
MEENA, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • HAROLD WAITS MELVIN Laurel; Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

• MARY EVELYN MICHAEL, Booneville; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • VON MEEKS MICHAEL, 
Booneville- Liberal Arts. • CAROLYN INEZ MIDDLECOFF, Somerville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta 
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• First Row: DAVID MILLER, Jackson; Business; Kappa Alpha. • HAROLD EDWARD MILLER, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts • MALCOLM LOUIS MILLER, Sunset, La.; Pharmacy • JAMES CHRIS- 
TOPHER MITCHELL, Duck Hill; Liberal Arts. • HODGEN PARKE MONTAGUE, JR., Clinton; 
Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. 



• Second Row: EDWARD PARIS MOORE, Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Sign 
BETH HULL MOORE, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • SARAt 
ton, Dela.; Liberal Arts- Delta Zeta. • THOMAS LEROY MOORE H<s 
LAMAR MORGAN, Oxford- Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 



1 Alpha Epsilon, • ELIZA- 
LESLIE MOORE, Wilming- 
•iesburg- Pharmacy. • IRA 



• First Row: WILLIAM OLIVER MORRIS Jackson; Liberal Arts. • LEWIS BOND MORROW, 
Hernando; Business; Kappa Alpha. • DANIEL WILKINSON MORSE, Jackson- Business; Kappa Alpha. 

• WILLIAM OSWALD MOSS, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM DENNIS MUL- 
KINS, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM LAKE MULLETT, Quitman- Edu- 
cation; Sigma Nu. • GENEVIEVE HARRISON MULLIGAN, Wesson; Pharmacy, • MARY CORNELIA 
MURPHREE, Shelby; Libera! Arts; Chi Omega. • ELLA CORNELIA McCALEB, Natchez; Business. 

• Second Row: JERRY CHALMERS McCALL, Oxford; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • EZELLE 
HUGH McCANN, Memphis- Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES KENDRICK McCARLEY 
Sanatorium; Business; Kappa Sigma • ROBERT EMMIT McCLELLAN; West Point Business 

• JAMES MARLIN McCORMACK, Fulton; Business; Kappa Sigma. • GLEN ED McCOY, Baltier 
Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROBERT GAINES McCOY, Belzoni; Business- Sigma Phi Epsilon 

• JAMES EDGAR McDONALD, West Point; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • MAC DUNCAN Mc 
INNIS, Collins; Business; Sigma Chi. 

• Third Row: BOBBYE BURNS MclNTYRE, Brandon Liberal Arts- Delta Zeta • JOSEPH POWELL 
McKELL, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • GEORGE STEPHEN McLAUGHLIN Vicksburg; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • PAUL WILSON McMULLAN Jackson; Business- Kappa Alpha. 

• LILA JEAN McNEES, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • ULMER LANAR McNEILL, Macon; 
Business. • LULA BELLE McWORTER, Oxford; Business, e MARILYN NASON, Belzoni; Education; 
Chi Omega • MALCOLM SOUTER NICHOLS, Rosedaie; Liberal Arts- Kapoa Sigma 




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• Firsf Row: ROBERT LEE NICHOLS. Colurrbus- Business; Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM TIMOTI- 

NICHOLSON, Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. • LAWRENCE EVERMAN NOBLE. Grenad 

Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • JOHN DARRINGTON NOBLIN. Jackson; Liberal Arts Delta T, 
Delta. • ELEANORA NORSWORTHY, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts- Zeta Tau Alpha. 



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; Business. • OLIVER MARVIN OATES. Bay Springs; 
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: BOBBY J. OSWALT, Columbia; Education. • CHARLES EMRY OXFORD Jackson; 
Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM LEWIS PACE, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM 
BREWSTER PADDOCK, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • THOMAS JEFFERSON 
PARKER Tupeb- Business. • WILLIAM DOZIER PARKER, Greenwood; Business- Beta Theta Pi 

• JAMES EDWARD PARKIN, Jackson; Pharmacy; Kappa Alpha • MAEDELLE CAMERON, 
PATTON, Meridian- Business; Phi Mu. • MARGARET CHARLENE PEAGLER, Laurel; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu. 

• Second Row: CLYDE LOFTON PEARSON, West Point; Pharmacy. • JAMES DENTON PEARSON. 
Louisville; Liberal Arts. • SILAS W. PEARSON, JR. Louisville; Liberal Arts. • THELMA ANN 
PEARSON, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • WALTER GRANT PEARSON, Laurel; Business. • WILLIAM 
RUSSELL PEDIGO, Leiand; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi Epsilon. • JEAN WILBURN PEMBLE, Shelby; 
Business; Phi Mu. • WILLIAM SAMUEL PERKINS, Natchez; Business. • CLARENCE SHONNON 
PHELPS, Marks; Pharmacy. 

• Third Row: ALICE DEIORES PITTMAN, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • JOSEPH LYNN- 
FIELD PITTS C!arksdale- Business- PI Kappa Alpha. • FRANK ABNER POLK Hattiesburg; Business; 
Sigma Chi. ' • FRANK SOUTER POWELL, Sarepta; Liberal Arts. • CAROLYN MARTIN PREWITT, 
Bolivar, Tenn. Education; Kappa Dalta. • RICHARD COLBERT PRICE, Osyka; Pharmacy. • ESTUS 
LOUIS PUCKETT, Magee; Business. 




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• GEORGE LITTLE pUINNELLY, Laurel; 
» JOHN WILLIAM RAGLAND. Oxford; 
siness; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



• Second Row: PETER LEE RAPHEL, Greenville- Liberal Arts. • CHARLES EVERETTE RATCLIFF. 
Natchez; Business Delta Psi • VERNON LENOIR RAWLINGS Meridian- Engineering; Kappa Sigma. 

• HUGH EDWIN RAY, Corinth; Business; Kappa Sigma. • BASIL DEKALB RED, Ellisville- Business. 



• First Row: CHARLES WARD REED Greenville- Engineering Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JOHN BEN- 
JAMINE REED, JR , Greenville; Engineering; Delta Kappa Dsilon. • ROBERT BERNARD REICHARD, 
West Memphis, Ark ; Business; Alpha Tau Omega. • PATRICIA WARE REILLY, Gulfport- Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • CHARLES FOSTER RIDDELL Canton; Business; Delta Psi. • JEFF 
W. RISH, JR., Houston; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • GEORGE PURSER RITCHEY, JR., 
Indianola; Business; Delta Psi. • GUY HATHORN ROBINSON, Corinth- Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• RICHARD ALLEN ROBINSON, Memphis; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: EMMETT BITTERMAN ROGERS, Vicksburg; Business; Sigma Nu. • IVAN PATTERSON 
ROSAMOND, Canton Education. • CHARLES EDWARD ROWAN, Jackson; Engineering- Kappa Alpha. 

• ERWIN E. RUSSELL, JR., BooneviUe- Libera! Arts; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES J. RUTH Lambert; 
Business. • GEORGE MARION RYAN, Bay Springs; Liberal Arts. • BENFORD LESTER SAMUELS, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES DONALD SANDERS, Memphis; Engineering. 

• WILLIAM SMITH SARTOR, Hamilton; Business. 



• Third Row: ELIZABETH ANN SATTERFIELD, Canton; Liberal Arts. • NORMAN CALDWELL 
SCAIFE, Dundee; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LEE JOSEPH SCANLON, Memphis; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Chi. • CHARLES DAVID SCRUGGS, Biloxi Liberal Arts- Sigma Chi • JANE WALKER 
SCRUGGS, Doddsville; Education; Chi Omega. • WILLIAM FRANKLIN SELPH, Laurel; Liberal 
Arts. • MILTON MARION SHACKELFORD, Columbia; Business; Kappa Sigma. • JOHN SHAM- 
BURGER, Meridian; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • JUNE NAILOR SHANAHAN Vicksburg; Liberal 
Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 




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• First Row: NORMAN EDWARD SHAW, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • LESTER ADAM 
SHIPLEY. Greenwood; Business; Phi Delta Theta. • BILLY BRYAN SHIRLEY, Quitman; Business; 
Sigma Chi. • MARCUS LEON SHOOK, Belmont; Business. • MARY ALICE SHOUDS, Gulfport; 
Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • SAM SKIDMORE SIMMONS, Yazoo City; Business; Beta Theta Pi. 
JASPER DENTON SIMS, Charleston; Engineering; Sigma Nu. • JAMES BUCKINGHAM SKEWS, 
Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • BOYCE MRUFF SKINNER, Tupelo; Business. • WILLIAM 
EDWARD SKINNER. Nesbitt; Business; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 



• First Row: CHARLES EDWARD SLATER, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROBERT 
EUGENE SLATER, Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BETTY JANE SLAUGHTER, Meridian; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • ROBERT THOMAS SLOAN, Abbeville; Engineering; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • GEORGE KIRBY SMITH, Hailehurst; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • KIRBY SMITH, JR., 
Bdtesville, Ark.; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. • WILLIAM EARL SMITH, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • HOWARD 
S. SMITh'sON, Goodman; Liberal Arts. • JOHN SOUZA, Fall River; Business. 



• Second Row: KEARNEY DURWARD SPEARS, Oxford; Engineering. • WAYNE FRANKLIN SPELL, 
Georgetown; Engineering. • COY CRAFTON STAGEY, Paducah, Ky; Business. • CURTIS CLYDE 
STACEY Water Valley Business- Phi Delta Theta. • JANE EVELYN STAFFORD, Holly Springs; 
Liberal 'Arts; Phi Mu. ' • CHArLeS OLIVER STANBACK, Byhalia; Business. •JOHNNIE DAITON 
STANLEY, Dorsey; Business. • HARVEY SAMUEL STANLEY, Greenville; Business; Kappa Alpha. 

J. C. STEELE, Fulton; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: JAMES TYSON STEEL, Shuqualak; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • ROBY LEE STE- 
GALL, Forest; Liberal Arts. • BILLY WEBSTER STEPHENS, Oxford; Business. • FORREST MILNER 
STEVENS, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • PIECRE ALLEN STEVENS, Anquilla; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • O. WALTON STEWART, Collins; Pharmacy; Sigma Chi. • HARRY JOHN 
STEWART, JR., Oxford; Business; Phi Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM DAVID STINSON, Memphis; Liberal 
Arts- Delta Psi. • HAROLD LANGSTON STONE. Gulfport; Business. 



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• First Row: RICHARD EUGENE STONE, Okolona; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ALFRED 
EUGENE STRICKLAND, Ellisyille; Business; Beta Theta Pi. • WILLI FRANKLIN STRINGER; Sumvall; 
Business. • CECIL SUMNERS, Belmont; Liberal Arts. • MARTHA WATSON SUMNERS, Oxford; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• Second Row: DAN GRAY SUTHERLAND, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM D. 
SWAIN Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • HAROLD EDWARD SYLVEST, Natchez; Phar- 
macy. • DOUGASS NEWELL TANNER, Lucedale; Liberal Arts. • CLARENCE V. TAYLOR, Como; 
Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



• First Row: HARRY THOMAS TAYLOR, Sylacauga, Ala ; Education. • JAMES EDWARD TAYLOR, 
Jackson; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • JAMES HARLE TAYLOR, Memphis, Tenn ; Education; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • RICHARD ROBERT TEMPLE, Lexington; Liberal Arts. • HAROLD STANLEY THAMES, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM BENEDICT THEISMAN, JR., Grenada; 
Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WILLIE MERLE THIGPEN, Bay Springs; Business. • JOHN DAVID 
THOMAS, Quitman; Liberal Arts. • LEE GEORGE THOMAS, Vicksburg; Business. 

• Second Row: MARY EVELYN THOMAS, Merigold- Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM HARRIS THOMAS, 
Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • NATALIE THOMPSON, Liberal Arts; Gulfport; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ROBERT CUNNINGHAM THOMPSON, Rolling Fork- Business. • GEORGE 
YOUNG TIERCE, Sunflower; Business; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WANDA AGATHA TINSLEY, 
Meridian; Business. • GRAHAM DAVID TOLER Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi Epsilon. 

• WILLIAM JACKSON TOLER, Inverness; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROBERT FILMORE 
TOMPKINS, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; PI Kappa Alpha. 

• Third Row: JEANNE THACHER TOUCHSTONE, Meridian; Business. • FRANK WARREN TOWER, 
Hlngham, Mass.; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT BURWELL TOWNES Grenada; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • JAMES TRIBBLE, Sledge; Business. • ROBERT WILSON TRIBLE, Sledge; Business. • HOW- 
ARD H. TRIPLETT, JR., Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ELIZABETH ANN TURLEY, Coldwater; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • SIMON LESLIE TURNER, Money, Business. • WILLIAM RILEY TYLER, 
Laurel; Busiriess. 



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• First Row: JAMES KELLY UNGER. JR., West Point; LIb-ral Arts. • JOSEPH PAUL UPTON, 
Livingston. Tenn.; Pharmacy. • ROBERT GEORGE VANDER-BOUGH. Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha 
Epsllon. • GEORGE HUDDLESTON VAN ZANT. Jackson; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • HENRY 
ROGERS VARNER, Pace; Business Kappa Sigma. 



• Second Row: CHARLES VERNON, JR., 
EARL VEST, JR., McComb; Liberal Ar 

• LOUIS LEE VISE, Lucedale; Business. 
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s; Sigma Nu. • BILLEANN VINE, Centerviile; Business. 
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• First Row: FRED HADEN WALKER, Gulfport; Business. • TIMOTHY LOCKE WALKER, Leiand 
Business. • JOHN RILEY WALLS, Houlka; Liberal Arts. • GERALD HENRY WALTERS, Crenshaw 
Business, • CHARLES EDWARD WARD, Tunica; Business e ODITH EARL WARREN, Stonewall 
Engineering. • JACK WILLIAM WATSON, Louisville; Business. • JOE WATTS, Columbia; Business. 

• B. F. WEATHERS, West Point; Education. 

• Second Row: THOMAS PERRY WEBB, Eupora; Liberal Arts. • HERMAN DEXTER WEBSTER, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • MARY WEEKS, Oxford; Business. • JOHN JOSEPH WEST, 
Sardis; Business; Kappa Alpha. • JOE HENRY WHEELER, Starling; Business; Delta Psi. • CHARLES 
LEROY WHITMAN, Natchez; Business. • CHARLES LEROY WHITE, Huggins; Business. • LOUISE 
WHITE, Oxford; Business. • RAYMOND VERNON WHITE, Whitehaven, Tenn.; Business. 

• Third Row: JOHN BAILY WILKINSON, Memphis, Tenn.; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsllon. • PETER 
KROHN WILLEMOES, Wiggins; Business; Kappa Sigma. • CECIL RAYMOND WILLIAMS, Aberdeen; 
Liberal Arts. • CLYDE EUGENE WILLIAMS, Byhalia; Business; Sigma Chi. • GRANVILLE H. 
WILLIAMS, Bay St. Louis; Business; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES DAVID WILLIAMS, Lexington; Liberal 
Arts. • JAMES EDWARD WILLIAMS, Waterford; Business. • JANIE LOU WILLIAMS, Philadelphia; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • JOHN HOWARD WILLIAMS, Laurel; Pharmacy. 




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• First Row: WAYNE C'-AUDE WILLIAMS, Greenwood; Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, • SIMON yA ^ 
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• First Row: JUNIOR DEE WRIGHT, Fulton; Education. • JOHN ALEXANDER WROTEN, Green- 
ville; Business; Kappa Sigma • JESSY LEE YANCY, Bruce; Business. 



• Second Row: GEORGE WILLIAM YATES, Mt Olive; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • HOWARD 
HIDEE YAWN, Fulton; Business; Kapp^ Sigma. • ROBERT LEE YOUNG, Oxford; Liberal Arts. 



• Third Row: WALTER H. YOUNGER, Memphis, Tenn ; Liberal Arts. • MARGARET LAVERNE 
ZDERAD, Memphis, Tenn ; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • LOUIS SEBASTIAN ZEHNDER, Hatties- 
bu'g; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 




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*^^ he highest honor that can be bestowed 
upon an Ole Miss student is nonnination to the Hall of 
Fame. It is sponsored by the Mississippian, campus 
newspaper, on a basis entirely free from bias or politics. 
Membership in the Hall of Fame is based on character, 
scholarship, constructive leadership, and contribution to 
the betterment of the University of Mississippi. 

A primary committee of eight students and eight 
faculty members choose, by secret ballot, a nominating 
committee of twenty-five students, who, in turn, made 
their selections by secret ballot. The names of this 
nominating committee remain unidentified 

Seven students were nominated to the 1947 Hall of 
Fame — James Barnett, President of ASB; Ann Bogard, 
President of WSGA; Bob Bonds, President of the YMCA; 
Tom Bourdeaux, Editor of the Mississippian; Walter 
Bullock, Editor of the OLE MISS; Everette Harper, Presi- 
dent of the M Club; Ray Poole, outstanding football 
and basketball star. In addition to the current activity 
listed beside each name above, the nominees have ex- 
celled, as required by the points upon which the nomi- 
nations are based, in many and varied fields of student 
achievement. 





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WALTER E. BULLOCK 



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has the responsibility of sponsoring all student 
body dances. There is an Executive Committee 
of three students which has charge of student 
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HUGH MOORE Chairman 

JOHN FRAZIER Chairman Floor Committea 

GEORGE STREET Financial Chairman 

LILLIAN PREWITT Social Chairman 



MEMBERS 

WALTER BULLOCK Kappa Alpha 

LOUIS DEMILIO Pi Kappa Alpha 

MAURICE DAVIDSON Delta Kappa Epsilon 

LUNDY GUNN Phi Kappa Psi 

BOB MULLETT Sigma Nu 

BOYD PICKENS Kappa Sigma 

JOHN PRICE Independent 

SHIELDS SIMMS Alpha Tau Omega 

JACK TAYLOR Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

O. B. WALTON Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

EMMETT WILSON Alpha Tau Omega 




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YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU 

By George Kaufmann and Moss Hart 
Cast of Characters 

Penny Varderhof Sycamore Eleanor Allen 

Essie Sycamore Carmichaei Jaclcie Bowen 

Rheba Helena Magruder 

Paul Sycamore Lauch Magruder 

Mr. DePinna Robert Covens 

Ed Carmichaei Lamarr PIer:on 

Donald Mays Hunter 

Grandpa Vanderhof Zell Skinner 

Alice Sycamore Claire Wells 

Mr. Henderson Ted Ford 

Tony Kerby John Couniiss 

Mr. Kolenlchov William Alkins 

Gay Wellington Betty Claire Lambert 

Mrs. Kerby Joann Gunn 

Mr. Kerby Howard McCrory 

First Man Andrew Sullivan 

Second Man Joe Farris 

Third Man Mike Prassinos 

Olga Dorothy Hogan 

ANSEL STREET 

By Patrick Hamilton 
Cast of Characters 

Mr. Manningham Patrick Hogan 

Mrs. Manningham Dorothy Hogan 

Nancy Catherine Owens 

Elizabeth Lydy Beth Becker 

Sergeant Rough Gene Roper 

A well pleased audience marked each of the two major productions and the short 
One Act Plays put on by the Department of Speech. The University Players are 
under the direction of Dr. Charles M. Getchell who designed and staged the pro- 
ductions. Gene Roper received deserved praise for his interpretation of Sergeant 
Rough in "Angel Street"; while Eleanor Allen presented an outstandln'g portrayal 
of Penny Sycamore in "You Can't Take It With You." 



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First Row: May Stiles Artz, Billie Barfoot, Martha Jane 
Boring, Margaret Bourgeois, Betty Bowdre, Margaret Ann 
Bowen, Lucy Lee Boyle, Catherine Burdette, Ethel Bur- 
dette, Patricia Burrow. 

Second Row: Jean Scott Burt, Constance Chatham, 
Betty Creekmore, Alice Critz, Dorothy Lee Crum, Ola- 
maie Curtiss, Jane Dalrymple, Kathleen Fulgum, Charlotte 
Gee, Emmagene hiardy. 

Third Row: Genie Hardy, Ann Selby hlopkins, Jonnie 
Faye hlorne, Katharine Denver Jenkins, Doris Johns, Lura 
Collins Johnson, Bee Johnson, Sally Junkins, Betty Claire 
Lambert, Mary Linficld. 



Fourth Row: Frances Minctte Mahoney, Dunbar Merril, 
Ncna Murphee, Jane Brown McCarty, Bettye Jane Mc- 
Gehec, Mary Allen McWilliam, Marilyn Nason, Bobbie 
Nelson, Dorothy Roberts, Elizabeth Roberts. 

Fifth Row: Jane Ross, Martha Ann Rowan, Margaret 
Eleanor Rust, Charlotte Sanson, Sarah Scrlbner, Jane 
Walker Scruggs, Mariada Simmons, Louise Simpson, 
Juliane Smith, Janie Gay Steele. 

Sixth Row: Roselyn Threadglll, Suzette Townsend, Bar- 
bara Jean Trapp, Margaret Vance, Mary Elizabeth Wade, 
Ju'.tina Walker, Jane Walker, Ygondine Walker, Paitye 
Sue Williams, Ellen Williamson. 




FOR THE RECOHMP 



. back In ihe days of Galnes- 



borough Ha+s and gaslight, a couple of fellows wrote a ritual so that their goony girl friends could belong to a sorority 
. . . Chi Omega was the result . . . they sing unintelligible songs about a Tawny Grey Owl . . . Ygondlne (you pronounce 
It) holds the gavel and wears the Miss Ole Miss crown . . . their flower, the Carnation, has no relation to the trade-mark 
of the sponsor of "The Contented hfour." . . . OFFICERS: Ygondlne Walker, President, Marks; Kathleen Fulghum, Vice- 
President. Pensacola, Fla.; Leia Douglass, Secretary, Oxford; Suzette Townsend, Treasurer, Rich. MEMBERS: Betty 
Bowen, Senatobia; Lucy Boyles, Clarksdale; Billie Barfoot, Philadelphia; Pat Burrow, Memphis; Ethel Burdette, Jackson 
Catherine Burdette, Jackson; Margaret Bourgeois, Jackson; Dorothy Lee Crum, Jackson; Connie Chatham, Greenville 
LeIa Douglass, Oxford; Kathleen Fulghum, Pensacola, Fla.; Olamaie Curtis, Jackson, Tenn.; Charlotte Gee, Carrollton 
Genie Steele Hardy, Columbus; Barbara hienshaw, YazoD City; Johnnie hlorne, Amory; Denver Jenkins, Natchez 
Sally Junkin, Natchez; Bee Johnson, Lexington; Betty Claire Lambert, Charleston; Mary Barret LInfleld, Gulfport; Tony 
Kellogg, Natchez; Dunbar Merrll, Natchez; Jane Brown McCarty, Jackson; Bettye McGhee, Natchez; Bobbie Nelson, 
Clarksdale; Martha Anne Rowan, Sanatorium; Margaret Rust, Clarksdale; Jane Elizabeth Ross, Jackson; Mary Elizabeth 
Roberts, Greenwood; Dorothy Roberts, New Albany; Charlotte Sansom, Okolona; Marlada Simmons, Jackson; Juliane 
Smith, Greenville; Janle Gay Steele, Clarksdale; Roselyn Threadgill, Greenwood; Suzette Townsend, Rich; Mary Eliza- 
beth Wade, Greenwood; Jane Walker, Magee; Ygondlns Walker, Marks; Rattle Sue Williams, Clarksdale; Margaret 
Vance, Batesville . . . PLEDGES: May Stiles Artz, Centervllle; Betty Bowdre, h^ernando; Margot Ann Bowen, Tupelo; 
Jane Boring, Greenwood; Jean Scott Burt, Memphis; Betty Creekmore, Jackson; Alice Critz, Greenwood; Jane Dal- 
rymple, Amory; Emmogene hiardy, Columbus; Ann hlopkins, Gulfport; Doris Johns, Jackson; Peggy Mahoney, MInter 
City; Mary McWilllams, Gulfport; Marilyn Nason, BelzonI; Sally Scrlbner, Amory; Louise Simpson, Jackson; Jane 
Walker Scruggs, Greenwood; Barbara Trapp, Tupelo; Ellen Williamson, Greenwood; Tina Walker, Columbia; Lura 
Johnson, Glen Allen; Nena Murphee, Shelby. 



TAWNY GREY OWL 

Tawny grey owl, cardinal and strew, 
Tiny gold pin set with pearls, 
Whispering a call, Memories of Tau, 
Dear to the dearest of girls. 
Carnation white, a call thru the night 
Brings back those bright sunny days 
Eternity, Fraternity, 
Chi Omega always. 



Founded April 5, 1895. 
Ole Miss Tau Chapter in 1899. 
Colors: Cardinal and Straw. 
Flower: White Carnation. 
Song: Tawny Grey Owl. 





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First Row: Mary Stewart Andrews, Lydia Beth Becker, 
Sally Leigh Becker, Leal Booth, Mary Ann Brandon, Ruth 
W. Brown, Gayle Ruth Carlisle, Mary Joyce Clayton, 
Julia Conn. 

Second Row: Cannille Covington, Pud Covington, Doro- 
thy Day, Annie Maude Eason, Patricia Ford, Billie Ruth 
Fox, Ann Marie Gibbes, Penny hiardaway, Emmaline 
htardy, Dorothy E. hlamnn. 

Third Row: Nancy Harton, Katherine hiazard, Edithe 
Elizabeth FHemeter, Frances Hemeter, hHelen hienry, 
Cherry Hodges, Dorothy HHunter, Annelle Johnston, 
Kathryn Johnson, Ellen Kirby-Smith. 



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Fourth Row: Jeanne Patricia Koffman, Bertha Lewis, 
Jean Marie Lewis, Betty Marion Long, Cornelia Mother- 
shed, Sara Jane Myers, Bonnie Sue McCain, Frances 
McDonnell, Patty Sue McKay, Mary Virginia Nichols. 

Fifth Row: Sarah Oden, Sally Malone O'Neil, Margaret 
Anne Ramsey, Mary Ann Rivers, Virginia Roseborough, 
Margaret Ross, Emily Russell, Beverly Browne Scott, Betty 
Jane Slaughter, Ruth Miller Spivey. 

Sixth Row: Marie Anne Spivey, Martha Watson Summers, 
Mildred Taylor, Frances Terry, Mary Frances Thompson, 
Elsie Varner, Sitty Webster, Ann Fairly Wilson, Donna 
Wiygul. 




FOR THE KECOHO ■ • started by some damyankee in 
Boston in 1888 . . . Dot Day has a gavel, a table, and one of the largest male followings ... so she's president . . . colors 
are blue, silver, and gold . . . after a date with one of the.Ti you understand the meaning of the combination . . . 
Myers steps in when Day steps out . . . Hazard pinches the pennies . . . the mere mention of Chi Omega brings tears to 
their eyes. OFFICERS: Dorothy Day, President, Inverness; Sara Jane Myers, Vice-President, HatMesburg; Camille Cov- 
ington, Secretary, Canton; Katherine hiazard, Treasurer, Columbus. MEMBERS: Mary Stewart Andrews, Greenville; 
Elizabeth Becker, Brookhaven; Leia Booth, Tupelo; Mary Anne Brandon, Natchez; Ruth Brown, Water Valley; Camille 
Covington, Canton; Pauline Covington, Memphis, Tenn.; Dorothy Day, Inverness; Patricia Ford, hiattiesburg; Penny 
Hardaway, Mariana, Ark.; Nancy Harton, Tullahoma, Tenn.; Katherine hiazard, Columbus; Betty Hemeter, hHatties- 
burg; Cherry hlodges. Meridian; Annelle Johnston, Madison; Ellen Kirby-Smith, Sewanee, Tenn.; Jeanne Koffman, Vicks- 
burg; Betty Long, Tupelo; Bonnie Sue McCain, Okolona; Cornelia Mothershed, Crenshaw; Louise Murray, Oxford 
hHope Myers, Oxford; Sara Jane Myers, hfattiesburg; Mary Virginia Nichols, Canton; Mary Ann Rivers, Meridian 
Virginia Roseborough, Senatobia; Margaret Ross, Greenville; Emily Russell, Jackson; Marie Anne Spivey, Canton 
Ruthie Spivey, Canton; Mildred Taylor, Como; Frances Terry, Jackson, Tenn.; Mary Frances Thompson, Laurel; Margie 
VVebster, Oxford; Anne Fairly Wilson, Hazelhurst. PLEDGES: Sally Becker, Brookhaven; Gayie Carlisle, Tupelo; Mary 
Joyce Clayton, Meridian; Julia Faye Conn, Hattlesburg; Ann Duke, Meridian; Annie Maude Eason, Tupelo; Blllle Ruth 
Fox, Canton; Ann Gibbes, Laurel; Dot hiamm. University; Emmallne FHardy, Columbus; Frances Hemeter, Hattlesburg; 
Helen Henry, VIcksburg; Dot Hunter, Inverness; Katherine Johnson, Hattlesburg; Kathryn Lewis, Hattlesburg; Jean 
Lewis, Laurel; Frances McDonnell, Okolona; Patty McKay, Louisville; Sarah Oden, Laurel; Sally O'Neil, Meridian; Cyn- 
thia Ruffin, Hattlesburg; Beverly Scott, Senatobia; Betty Jane Slaughter, Meridian; Martha Watson Summers, Oxford; 
Ellse Varner, Senatobia; Donna Wiygul, Hernando. 



THERE IS MEANING IN THE COLORS 

There is meaning In the colors. 

That dims the warmth of others. 

There are symbols like the pine trees. 

That always guard the pearls three. 

There's the pansy and the crescent 

And bright stars effervescent. 

But more than the pansy, 

the pearl and the pine. 

Is the Tri Delta friendship in our 

hearts enshrined 

And I know that we'll not sever 

The thought that makes us ever 

All be as one, life's just begun, 

In Tri Delta. 



Founded Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 
Ole Miss Chi Chapter in 1926 
Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue 
Flower: Pansy 
Song: There Is Meaning In the Colors 








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First Row: Luia Margaret Alexander, Sarah Jane Ay- 
cock, Sophianne Earner, Catherine Lucille Bevinger, Lillian 
Blanks, Jane Bozeman, Elizabeth Buehler, Louise Buntin. 



Second Row: Carlotta Carr, Gladys Cunningham, Mary 
Earle Davis, Elizabeth Janet Dorsey, Martha Sue Draper. 
Charlotte Ann Eddins, Barbara Elizabeth Fly. 

Third Row: Tommie hiearn, Mildred Carolyn Jones, lone 
Lauderdale, Cecilia Lewis, Mary Liddell, Mary Jane 
Madden, Sue Maxwell, Marjorie Milan. 



Fourth Row: Bettie McCormick, Maedelle Patton, 
Charlene Peagler, Lois Ann Pegrim, Jean Pemble, Georgi- 
anne Pitchford, Alice Dolores Pittman, Ruth Hardy 
Ridgway. 

Fifth Row: Virginia Saucier, Annette Scruggs, Elizabeth 
Smith, Novalee Smith, Jane Stafford, Frances Stuart, 
Mary Elizabeth Trevilion, 

Sixth Row: Elizabeth Ann Turley, Doris Tyson, Kathryn 
Claire Wells, Jeanne Wheeler, Carolyn White, Barbara 
Frances Worthington, Martha Wren, Dorothy Wright. 




FOR THE RECORD 



. . joined the Nalional League at 



Wecleyan College In Gawja in 1852 . . . Signed up in our league in 1924 . . . Aycock is the lead-off gal . . . Stuart 
pinch hits when Aycock is out . . . Liddell is the clean-up gal in money matters . . . claim to be the oldest of all female 
Gieeks ... all "just love" roses (and men) and white carnations (and men) . . . moan a song about some tomato worfh 
waiting for ". . . for she's a real Phi Mu . . ." OFFICERS: Sarah Aycock, President, Rayville, La.; Frances Stuart, Vice- 
President, Jackson; Elizabeth Trevilion, Secretary, Marks; Mary Liddell, Treasurer, Learned; Martha Sue Draper, Re- 
porter, Jackson. MEMBERS: Sarah Aycock, Rayville, La.; Sopianne Barner, Ruleville; Lillian Blanks, Meridian; Elizabeth 
Ann Buehler, Greenville; Louise Buntin, West Memphis, Ark.; Gladys Cunningham, Summit; Elizabeth Dorsey, New 
Albany; Martha Sue Draper, Jackson; Tommie hiearn. Laurel; Mildred Jones, Swifton, Ark.; Peggy Knott, Durant; 
lone Lauderdale, hiernando; Cecelia Lewis, Sartartia; Mary Liddell, Learned; Georgianna Pitchford, Greenwood; Ruth 
Ridgeway, Memphis, Tenn.; Faye Saucier, Blloxi; Novalee Smith, Raleigh; Frances Stuart, Jackson; Elizabeth Trevillion, 
Marks; Doris Tyson, hHolly Springs; Claire Wells, Jackson; Charlotte Eddins, Rayville, La.; Mildred Jones, Swifton, Ark.; 
Angle Vallatos, Oxford. PLEDGES: Leila Alexander, Greenville; Kitty Lu Bevinger, Memphis, Tenn.; Jane Bozeman, 
Meridian; Bess Buchanan, Jackson; Carlotta Carr, Whittled; Mary Earle Davis, Clarksdale; Barbara Fly, Water Valley, 
Nell FHarrls, Greenwood; Mary Jane Madden, Nashville, Tenn.; Sue Maxwell, Magee, Ark.; Betty Jane McCormick, 
Greenwood; Marjorie Milam, Greenwood; Maedelle Patton, Meridian; Charlene Peagler, Laurel; Lois Ann Pegrim, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Jean Pemble, Shelby; Delores Pittman, h^^ttIesburg; Theresa Poythress, Laurel; Annette Scruggs, 
Dundee; Elizabeth Smith, Raleigh, Tenn.; Jane Stafford, Holly Springs; Ann Turley, Coldwater; Frieda Vallatos, Oxford; 
Jeanne Wheeler, hiernando; Carolyn White, FHolly Springs; Barbara Worthington, Greenville; Martha Wren, Dodds- 
vllle; Dorothy Wright, Rolling Fork. 



SWEETHEART SONG 

Somewhere in the world she Is waiting, 

Someday you will find her there 

She's the girl you will love forever. 

There's none other quite so fair 

Her eyes are like the stars above. 

Her hair like a moonlight night 

She wears ever loyal the heart and hanc 

And her colors the rose and white 

Her loveliness Is beyond compare, 

Her heart she has kept for you 

The girl of your dreams 

Is simply divine 

For you're loving a real Phi Mu. 



Founded March 4, 1852 

Ole Miss Alpha Delta Chapter in 1926 

Colors: Rose and White 

Flower: Enchantress Carnation 

Song: Sweetheart Song 



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First Row: Kate Britton Alford, Edna Juanita Avenf, 
Margaret Ralston Banning, Patsy Gloria Billingsley, Ann 
Bogard, Jo Elinor Bogard, Betty Hazel Braun. 

Second Row: Jean Straton Brueck, Dot Mae Champion, 
Jerre Colden, Charmain Crum, Julie Peyton Davis, Char- 
lotte Moore Downs, Eleanor Edwards, Wilnnoth Fitzgerald 
Fant. 

Third Row: Patricia Ann Ferguson, Joan Gillespie, Mary 
Margaret Green, Rosemary FHoward, Rosemary Irby, 
Joan Johnson, Mary Talmage Jordan. 



Fourth Row: Mary F. Kinton, Eleanor Henson Knee, 
Rose Dawn Littlepage, Jean Elise Lott, Lucie Magee, 
Sara Lees Mason Anne McAlpine. 

Fifth Row: Mary Cooper Nave, Sydney Casteel O'Cain, 
Catherine Miller Owens, Carolyn Martin Prewitt, Lillian 
Prewitt, Martha Adele Rawls, Pansy Lynn Reid, Betfy 
Joyce Rives. 

Sixth Row: Alicia Morrow Rollins, Rosemary Rollins, 
Idanelle Stone, Elizabeth Peacock Sturdivant, Margaret 
Elinor Walters, Jeanne Woods, Marjean Woodward. 




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. had lis beginning sonriewherc In 



these United States back in 1897 . . . slid into the Ole Mis; sorority picture sonne foriy semesters ago ... if you piess 
the subject (or if you don't) Ann Bogard will admit that she runs the show (. . . also made the Hall of Fame) . . . wi|-h 
Banning helping out every once in a very great while . . . Littlepage takes down the chatter . . . Prewitt keeps the wolf 
from the door . . . they wear green and white and show a definite preference for white roses. OFFICERS: Ann Bogard, 
President, Parkin, Ark.; Margaret Banning, Vice-President, Brookhaven; Dawn Littlepage, Secretary, hialtiesburg; Lillian 
Prewitt, Treasurer, Boliver, Tenn.; Ann Frank McAlpine, Assistant Treasurer, Stringer; Catherine Owens, Editor, C'arks- 
dale. MEMBERS: Juanita Avent, Oxford; Patsy Billingsley, Memphis, Tenn.; Betly Braun, Biloxl; Dorothy Champion, 
Greenville; Jerre Coldren, Parkin, Ark.; Charmain Crum, Oak Park, III.; Julie Davis, Port Gibson; Charlolte Downs, 
Booneville; Eleanor Edwards, Canton; Wilma Fant, Memphis, Tenn.; Evelyn Finch, Booneville; Mary Margaret Green, 
Grenada; Mary Ella Harvey, Tylertown; Mary Talmage Jordon, Columbia; Eleanor Knee, Ripley, Tenn.; Lucy Becker 
Magee, Brookhaven; Malva Cooper Nave, Forest; Sidney O'Cain, Grenada; Dell Rawls, Columbia; Lynn Reid, luka; 
Betty Rives, Rossville, Tenn.; Jeanne Woods, Leiand; Margaret Walters, Clarksdale; Marjean Woodward, Jonesboro, 
Ark. PLEDGES: Kate Alford, Hazelhurst; Jo Bogard, Parkin, Ark.; Jean Brueck, Forest; Patricia Fergurson, Ripley, 
Tenn.; Joan Gillespie, Augusta, Ark.; Rosemary Howard, Winona; Rosemary Irby, Jackson; Joan Johnson, Brookhaven; 
Mary Franklin Kinton, Durham, N. C; Jean Lott, Bude; Sara Lees Mason, Jonesboro, Ark.; Carolyn Prewitt, Bolivar, 
Tenn.; Alecia Rollins, Waveland; Rosemary Rollins, Waveland; Idanelle Stone, Okolona; Elizabeth Sturvldant, Glendora. 



KAPPA DELTA SONG 

There Is no girl like a KD girl 

With her eyes like the dawn of the day. 

There is no vow like a KD vow, 

It's as true as three stars, they say; 

So, if the sweetheart you love wears a KD pin 

Then her love is deep as the sea. 

And she'll always be yours if she swears she will 

By the honor of our own KD. 



Founded In 1897 

Ole Miss Alpha Mu Chapter in 1927 

Flower: White rose 

Colors: Green and white 

Song: Kappa Delta Girl 




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First Row: Jane Abston, Joan Alexander, Gloria Spell 
Anderson, Rosemary Bass, Louise Bennett, Mary Maude 
Birmingham, Doris Virginia Bonner, Mary France Buntin, 
Mary Crafford Burnett, Mary Charleen Campbell. 

Second Row: Nancy Chenault, Jane Cook, Jane Daigre, 
Norman Dees, Inez Denton, Charlotte Dickey, Dorothy 
Dougall, Martha Wray Edwards, Frances Marion Estes, 
Rose Marie Godwin. 

Third Row: Patricia May Gore, Lucretia Graham, Joyce 
Hale, hHarrlet hiarrison, Jayne Elizabeth hiaury, Carole 
Hawkins, Jo Herrington, Nora Beth Hull, Betty Latta, 
Aline Llles. 



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Fourth Row: Jane Loury, Jean Luckett, Marilyn Miller, 
Betsy Moore, Christine McElroy, Mary Eleanor McGehee, 
Elizabeth Anne Pilkinton, Emma Allen Rayner, Jane Eliza- 
beth Rodgers, Edith Scott. 

Fifth Row: Chloe Shaw, Emmy Bowe Simmons, Sara 
Clayton Simmons, Margaret Spain, Martha Ellen Sparr, 
Evelyn Spicer, Eleanor May Smith, Jeanne Taylor, Beth 
Toole, Doris Trlplett. 

Sixth Row: Catherine White, Janle Williams, Mary Jane 
Williams, Betty Wilson, Margurite Wilson, Wanda Rose 
Wilson, Dorothy Marie Young, Lillian Alice Young, 
Margaret Zderad. 



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the result of some sort of quilt- 
ing party at The Lewis School For Girls ... in 1873 . . . riglit here in dear old Oxford . . . re-settled at Ole Miss in 
1936 . . . Beth Toole holds the bronze, pink, and blue banner in one hand and wields the gavel with the other . . . Rose 
Marie Godwin Is the-second-best-in-charge-when-nnadan-i-president-is-absent . . . Scott transcribes while Williams keeps 
account of the cash. OFFICERS: Beth Toole, President, Orange, Tex.; Rose Marie Godwin, Vice-President, Nashville, 
Tenn.; Eliza Crozler Scott, Secretary, Chatham; Mary Jane Williams, Treasurer, Philadelphia. MEMBERS: Jane Abston, 
Truman, Ark.; Louise Bennett, New Albany; Mary Maude Birmingham, 'Jackson, Tenn.; Sarah Buelah, Greenville; Mary 
Frances Buntin, Gulfport; Mary Burnett, Charleston; Charlene Campbell, New Orleans, La.; Betty Conerly, Gloster; 
Jane Cook, Jackson; Norma Dees, Philadelphia; Inez Denton, Shaw; Charlotte Dickey, Leiand; Dorothy Dougal, Picay- 
une; Rose Marie Godwin, Nashville, Tenn.; Jayne hiaury, Nashville, Tenn.; Jo hierrington, Mt. Olive; Ruth hlorton, 
Mt. Olive; Nora Beth Hull, Spartanburg, S. C; Betty Latta, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Jane Loury, hlouston; Jean Luckett, 
Jackson; Christine McElroy, Natchez; Mary Eleanor McGehee, Brookhaven; Elizabeth Pilkinton, Artesia; Edith Nell Scott, 
Utica; Eliza Scott, Chatham; Sara Simmons, Greenville; Eleanor Smith, Columbus; Martha Sparr, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Evelyn Spicer, Tupelo; Beth Toole, Orange, Tex.; Doris Elaine Triplett, Louisville; Mary Jane Williams, Philadelphia; 
Betty Wilson, Wiggins; Dorothy Young, Bruce. PLEDGES: Jo Ann Alexander, Plainview, Tex.; Gloria Anderson, Ben 
ton; Rosemary Bass, hiazelhurst; Doris Bonner, Greenville; Nancy Chenault, Houston; Mary Jane Daigre, Grenada; 
Martha Edwards, Memphis, Tenn.; Patricia Gore, Lake Providence, La.; Lucretia Graham, Kosciusko; Joyce Hale, 
Louisville; Harriet Ann Harrison, Truman, Ark.; Carole Hawkins, Philadelphia; Celeste Kremer, Gulfport; Aline Llles, 
Bruce; Marilyn Miller, Louisville; Betsy Moore, Gulfport; Allen Rayner, Merigold; Jane Rodgers, Leiand; Chloe Shaw, 
Brownsville, Tenn.; Emmy Bowe Simmons, Cleveland; Margaret Spain, Grenada; Jean Taylor, Okolona; Katherlne White, 
Aubrey, Ark.; Janie Williams, Philadelphia; Laverne Wilson, Grenada; Wanda Wilson, Quitman; Lillian Alice Young, 
Yazoo City; Margaret Zderad, Memphis, Tenn.; Frances Estes, Cruger. 



DELTA GAMMA DREAM GIRL 



I have found my dream girl. 
She's as sweet as she can be, 
I have found the one I love. 
She's all the world to me. 
She wears a golden anchor. 
The bronze, and pink, and blue. 
Delta G, I love you. 
And to you I will be true. 



Founded 1873 

Ole Miss Alpha Psi Chapter in 
Colors: Bronze, Pink, and Blue 
Flower: Cream-colored rose 
Song: Delta Gamma Dream Girl 



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First Row: Minnie Anne Allen, Virginia Austin, Ann 
Baine, Frances Joy Bell, Emily Ann Bickerstaff, Betty Jean 
Brown, Eloise Ford. 

Second Row: Rachel Gardner, Lois Mateel Gavin, Jean 
Rodelle Gerard, Harriet Glenn Haskew, Joan Herring, 
Jo Ann Hoff, Peggy Elaine Johnson. 



Third Row: E. Ernestine Jourdan, Tressa Marian King, 
Miriam Bertha Marron, Olene Martin, Audrey Meno'ez, 
Carolyn Inez Middlecoff, Dot Mooney. 

Fourth Row: Sarah Moore, Jessie Mae Morris, Geanne 
McClain, Joyce McGuire, Bobby Mclntyre, Mae Hill 
McMurry, Lila Jean McNees. 



Fifth Row: Jane Robinson, Barbara Kay Smith, Virginia 
Ann Tansil, Marinall Todd, Martha Travis, Julia Christobel 
Wallace, Jean Elizabeth Joan Wren. 




FOR THE RECORD 



)ther Miami University origi 



nal . . . founded sometime during 1907 . . . Wednesday meetings are knitted together by Olene Martin . . . L. C. 
Mooney takes over when Martin drops a stitch . . . Todd is penman for the crew . . . Johnson hoards the cash . . . brought 
their Klllarney Roses, along with their Old Rose and Veiux Green, to our campus about ten years ago. OFFICERS: 
Olene Martin, President, Dorsey; Lynna Clara Mooney, Vice-President, Oxford; Marinell Todd, Secretary, Oxford; Billie 
Johnson, Treasurer, Jackson. MEMBERS: Virginia Ann Austin, Memphis, Tenn.; Emily Ann Bickerstaff, Gulfport; Joan 
DuVal, Memphis, Tenn.; Rachel Gardner, Pascagoula; Lois Gavin, Lakewood, O.; Billie Johnson, Jackson: Geanne Mc- 
Clain, West Point; Imogene McFadden, Oxford; Joyce McGuIre, Baldwin; May Hill McMurry, Batesville; Olene Martin, 
Dorsey; Audrey Mendez, Edgewater Park; Dot Mooney, Oxford; Lynna Clara Mooney, Oxford; Virginia Tansil, Sharon, 
Tenn.; Marinell Todd, Oxford; Beth Wren, Red Clay, Ala. PLEDGES: Minnie Anne Alien, Fayette; Ann Balne, Gloster; 
Joy Bell, Oxford; Betty Brown, Lorman; Eloise Ford, Guntown; Jean Gerard, Bude; hiarrlet Haskew, Vicksburg; Joan 
Herring, Batesville; Jo Ann Hoff, Vicksburg, Peggy Johnson, Hattlesburg; Ernestine Jourdon, luka; Tressa King, Fay- 
ette; Dorothy McCorkle, Grenada; Bobby Mclntyre, Brandon; Lila Jean McNees, Jackson; Miriam Marron, Fayette; 
Carolyn Middlecoff, Somerville, Tenn.; Sarah Moore, Wilmington, Del.; Jessie Mae Morris, Oxford; Jane Robinson, 
Batesville; Barbara Smith, Memphis, Tenn.; D'Ann Sullivan, Paris, Tenn.; Nell Travis, Sharon, Tenn.; Julia Wallace, 
Norfolk, Va. 



DREAM GIRL OF DELTA ZETA 

Dream girl of Delta Zeta, 

Girl of the lamp so true. 

Your faith and light hold ever bright, 

'Twill guide me back to you. 

When by the fire I dream, dear. 

Dreams that must come true. 

Dream Girl of Delta Zeta, 

I'm in love with you. 

Dream girl of Delta Zeta, 

You know I love you true. 

The lamp's clear light will lead me right, 

And guide me back to you. 

The diamond and pearls, my dream girl. 

Are castles in the air. 

Dream girl of Delta Zeta, 

Ne'er a one so fair. 



Founded October 24, 1902 

Ole Miss Beta Beta Chapter in 1927 

Colors: Rose and Green 

Flower: Klllarney Rose 

Song: Dream Girl of Delta Zeta 





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First Row: Alice Ann Abernathy, Kathryn Worden Third Row: Mary Elizabeth Hull, Barbara Jean Johnson, 

Barr, Emma Jean Bynum, Lucille Fourney DeGravelles, Virginia Kemp, Mary Evelyn Michael, Barbara Elizabeth 

Pegge Louise Drennan, Allyn Sidney Drew. Miller, Gloria Moss. 



Second Row: Elizabeth Gore, Paula Inez Hammond, 
Eva Jean Haynes, Patsy Joyce Haynes, Patricia Alice 
Hendon, Jennie Marie Horn. 



Fourth Row: Joy Mulvihill, Jacqueline Barbara Myrick, 
Eleanor Norsworthy, Peggy Lucille Podesta, Nancy Puller, 
Anne Rheney. 



Filth Row: June Shanahan, Claudia K. Snipes, Helen M. 
Stovall, Joanne Elizabeth Talve, Dorothy Ann Watson, M. 
Anita Williams, Bobbie Ray Yancy. 




FOR THE RECORD 



. strictly a Southern group . . . got 



started at Virginia State Normal in 1858 . . . brought their blue and grey to the campus in April of '39 . . . Katy Barr 
is on top ladder . . . one step behind is Dot Watson ... If it's money you're after, Allyn Drew is the gal to see . . . 
Nancy Puller keeps National posted . . . Haynes and Williams have two unmentionable jobs . . . they sniff white violets 
and sing something about ". . . answering Zeta's call . . . ' OFFICERS: Kathryn Barr, President, Memphis, Tenn; Doro- 
thy Watson, Vice-President, Tunica; Nancy Puller, Secretary, Evanston, III.; Allyn Drew, Treasurer, Mlnden, La.; Eva 
Jean Haynes, hiistorlan, Ellisville; Edith Williams, Guard, hienderson, Ky. MEMBERS: Patty Abernathy, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Kathryn Barr, Memphis, Tenn.; Lucille DeGravelles, Memphis, Tenn.; Allyn Drew, Mlnden, La.; Paula hiammond, Gilbert, 
La.; Eva Jean Haynes, Ellisville; Patsy Haynes, Ellisville; Jonnie Marie Home, Lucedale; Barbara Johnson, VIcksburg; 
Barbara Miller, Homestead, Fla.; Virginia Kemp, Boonevllle; Jacqueline Myrick, Memphis, Tenn.; Nancy Puller, Evans- 
ton, III.; Anne Rheney, Homestead, Fla.; Helen Stovall, West Point; Joanne Taluc, Oak Park, III.; Jane Trobaugh, 
Willington, Tenn.; Dorothy Watson, Tunica; Edith Williams, Henderson, Ky. PLEDGES: Jean Bynum, Ellisville; Pegge 
Drennan, Mendenhall; Vivian Findley, Mobile, La.; Zula Gore, Hernando; Patsy Hendon, Tunica; Rose Marie Hughe; 
Mobile, La.; Mary Elizabeth Hull, Memphis, Tenn.; Sara Mayfield, Picayune; Mary Evelyn Michael, Boonevllle; Nora 
Norsworthy, Waynesboro; Gloria Moss, Memphis, Tenn.; Joy Mulvihill, Greenville; Peggy Podesta, VIcksburg; June 
Shanahan, VIcksburg; Kathleen Snipes, Tupelo; Robbie Ray Yancy, Bruce. 



PRIDE OF OUR HEARTS 

Oh, Zeta Dear, you are the Pride of Our Hearts 

You're the noblest one we know. 

Everyday for you we're working 

Everyday our love will grow. 

Through College Days the blue and gray will guide 

We will answer Zeta's call. 

Loyal, we will be — 

We love you best of all. 

CHORUS 

Pride of Our Hearts, Zeta Gray, Zeta Blue 

To you we will be true. 

Pride of Our Hearts, Zeta Gray, Zeta Blue 

Our love is all for you. 



Founded October 15, 1898 

Ole Miss Gamma Delta Chapter 1739 

Colors: Steel gray and turquoise blue 

Flower: White violet 

Song: Pride of Our Hearts 




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First Row: Eleanor Zoe Allen, Mary Winifred Brandon, Oline Elizabeth 
Clower, Pat Davidson. 

Second Row: Norma Fix, Jane Herring, Patricia Land, Patsy Rellly. 
Third Row: Betsy Ross, Euialle Rothe, Mary Alice Shouds, Natalie 
Thonnpson, 



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FOR THE niECOHD . . . launched nationally at 
Monmouth College In 1870 . . . landed here in the fall of 1946 . . . making them the baby in our 
family of Greeks ... Fix and Land had charge of the oriqinal expedition . . . gave the local lasses 
quite a run for their money . . . and after rush week found that the pledges outnumbered the actives 
seven to one . . . Land was a "Favorite" ... Fix got engaged . . . Betsy Ross was elected Prexy of the 
W. S. G. A. . . . Kappas sing something about ... "I unlocked the gate with a golden key . . ." 
OFFICERS Betsy Ross, President, Gulfport; Mary Winifred Brandon, Standards Chairman, New 
Orleans, La.; Carol Knost, Recording Secretary, Pass Christian; Pat Davidson, Corresponding Secre- 
tary, Gulfport. MEMBERS: Norma Fix, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Pat Land, New Orleans, La. PLEDGES: Eleanor 
Allen, Jackson; Mary Winifred Brandon, New Orleans, La.; Olive Elizabeth Clower, Gulfport; Pat 
Davidson, New Orleans, La.; Jane h^erring, Pascagoula; Carol Knost, Pass Christian; Patsy Reilly, Gulf- 
port; Betsy Ross, Gulfport; Eulalie Rothe, Natchez; Mary Alice Shrouds, Gulfport; Natalie Thompson, 
Gulfport. 



GARDEN OF BLUE 

I unlocked the gate with a golden key. 

Stepped inside to a garden of blue. 

There bloomed a profusion of fleu-de-lis, 

Ne'er before had I seen such a view, 

And I knew 'twas the end of my wandering 

Never more would I wander a far. 

For I'd come to my Heaven in Kappaland — 

'Twas unlocked with the key to my heart. 



Founded October 13, 1870 
Ole Miss Chapter 1946 
Colors: Light blue and dark blue 
Flower: Fluer-de-lls 
Song: Garden of Blue 



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First Row: Stacy Adams, Paul Boensch, Roberf Bonds 



Four+h Row: Jerry McCall, Elton Mcintosh, Owen 



Eugene Brown, Lang F. Butler, Perrin Caldwell, Edwin Palmer, Robert Payne, William Hunter Peel, Williar 



Darden. 

Second Row: Leon Holland, Maurice Davidson, Arthur 
Dyer, Keith Finley, John Frasier, William Gardner. 



Carey Powers. 

Fifth Row: Charles Reed, John B. Reed, William Ruble, 
William Skinner, Robert Thatcher, James Totten, Jack 
Tucker. 



Third Row: Billy Gresham, Louis Heidleburg, Aston Sixth Row: Ray Turman, Vance Waggoner, Edward 

Holly, Clyde Huggins, Tommy Long, Guy Leiand Matt- Warren, Roy L. Watson, Knox D. White, Ralph Wilson, 



ingly, William D. Mulkins. 



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FOn TBE RECORD 



. so old that none of them can 
remember just WHERE they were founded . . . hid their chirter in a stump during the Great War (Civil) . . . and have 
been looking for it ever since . . . Bonds was In so many organizations that ODK was forced to take him in ... he also 
made the Hall of Fame . . . Trigger Watson created a vacancy by joining forces with Sam . . . Hotshot Gardner causes 
the Phi's great consternation by monopolizing the party line telephone . . . Thatcher's time is consumed by speaking 
peripatetically ... so secret that no one knows the officers . . . but then, who cares? MEMBERS: Stacy Adams, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Paul Boensch, Memphis, Tenn.; Robert Bonds, Holly Springs; Eugene Brown, Holly Springs; Lange 
Butler, Holly Springs; Edwin Dardon, Hernando; Maurice Davidson, Hernando; William Gardnar, Tupelo; Billy Gresham, 
Indlanola; Clyde Hugglns, Oxford; Aston Holly, Oxford; Raymond Franklin, Oxford; Elton Mcintosh, Hernando; J. B. 
Naugle, West Point; William H. Peel, Holly Springs John Pierson, Rosedale; Owen Palmer, Gulfport; George Thatcher, 
Gulfport; Edward Warren, Holly Springs; Knox White, Gulfport; Ralph Wilson, Oxford; A! Wylie, Tupelo; Bob Gardner, 
Tupelo; Donald Whitten, Charleston; Ray Turman, Holly Springs; George Rather, Holly Springs; G. M. Mattingly, 
Greenville. PLEDGES: Perrin Caldwell, Senatobia; Hank Campbell, Raleigh, N. C; Joseph William Carroll, Tupelo; 
A. D. Dyer, Greenwood; Keith Finley, Tupelo; James Tinnin Calhoun, Tchula; John Frasier, Crawford; Lewis Heldel- 
burg, Gulfport; Robert Henshaw, Detroit, Mich.; Leon Holland, Tupelo; Robert Jones, Tchula; Tommy Long, Gulfport; 
Norfleet More, Oxford; William D. Mulklns, Greenville; Jerry McCall, Oxford; Taylor McElory, Oxford; Robert Payne, 
Casllla; William Carey Powers, Holly Springs; Charles Reed, BelzonI; John B. Reed, BelzonI; William Ruble, Gulfport; 
William Skinner, Hernando; James Totten, Holly Springs; Jack Tucker, Clarksdale; Roy L. Watson, Stuttgart, Ark.; 
Vance Waggoner, Gulfport; Wallace Weatherly, Gulfporl^; Watson Weatherly, Gulfport. 



CHI MARCHING SONG 

So merrily sing we all to D. K. 

The mother of jollity 

Whose children are gay and free. 

We'll sing to Chi, and then 

we'll sing to 

Dear old Delta Kappa Epsllon. 



Founded in 1844 

Ole Miss Chi Chapter 1850 

Colors: Crimson, Old Gold and Azure 

Flower: Pansy 

Song: Chi Marching Song 





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First Row: Thomas Adams, Charles E. Allen, Bill Bean- 
land, Herbert Burke, Thomas Chandler, Douglas Clower, 
Chester Cochran. 



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Fourth Row: Edwin C. Gillespie, Guy T. Gillespie, Joe 
I. Gillespie, J. M. Halton, Robert B. hialton, Charles 
hienley. 



Second Row: Conald Cooley, John Cunningham, Nolan Fifth Row: Charles Jacobs, William O. Luckett, Louis 

Dickson, John Dulaney, John R. Early, Robert Effinger, J. Lyell, Franklin E. Moak, Will A. Nason, John W. Purvis, 

Lawrence Elder. Charles Ratcliffe. 



Third Row: John T. Etheridge, Joseph Rancher, Cecil C. 
Fox, James H. Fox, Kenneth Frank, Bob hienry Gardner, 
Barry M. Gillespie. 



Sixth Row: Charles Riddell, George Ritchey, W. David 
Stinson, Calvin L. Wells, Joe H. Wheeler, Hardy Wood- 
bridge, John D. Vance. 




FOR THE RFAOnn 



also one of the older groups 



. . . wear a 2 by I Y-i" T-shaped pin . . . call their shack "St. Anthony Hall" . . . few other facts are available . . . secret 
meetings . . . secret officers . . . secret justification for existence . . . Morgan, Jacobs, and Wells are embryonic legal 
lights . . . Moak is the Inveterate joiner ... all indulge in much indoor celebration over their hundredth birthday. 
MEMBERS: Bill Beanland, Oxford; Chester D. Cochran, Olive Branch; Douglas B. Clower, Jr., Greenville; Nolan Dick- 
son, Aberdeen; John R. Early, Jr., Indianola; Larry M. Elder, Coldwater, John T. Etheridge, Mendenhall; James hi. Fox, 
Canton; Kenneth I. Franks, Philadelphia; J. Frank Garner, Tunica; Bob Henry Garner, Tunica; Edwin C. Gillespie, Colum- 
bia, Tenn.; Guy T. Gillespie, Jackson; Robert B. Haltom, Bafesville; Charles B. Henley, Hazelhurst; Charles C. Jacobs, 
Rosedale; Theodore T. Lewis, Batesville; Robert C. Love, Whitehaven, Tenn.; William O. Luckett, Canton; Louis J. Lyell, 
Jackson; John M. McLendon, Indianola; Franklin E. Moak, Ruth; Clarence E. Morgan, Kosciusko; John H. Thompson, Jr., 
Jackson; John D. Vance, Jr., Batesville; Calvin L. Wells, Jackson; Hardy B. Woodbridge, New Orleans, La. PLEDGES: 
Thomas W. Adams, Jr., Canton; Charles E. Allen, Jackson; Herbert L. Burke, Indianola; Thomas A. Chandler, Jr., 
Philadelphia; Donald C. Cooley, Mobile, Ala.; John B. Cunningham, Tchula; John W. Dulaney, Jr., Tunica; Robert C. 
Effinger, Jr., New York, N. Y.; Joseph R. Fancher, Jr., Canton; Cecil C. Fox, Canton; Barry M. Gillespie, Aberdeen; Joe 
I. Gillespie, Columbia; J. M. Haltom, Jr., Pascagoula; Charles Ratcliffe, Natchez; Charles F. Riddell, Canton; George 
P. Ritchey, Jr., Indianola; W. David Stinson, Memphis, Tenn.; Joe H. Wheeler, Greenville. 



Founded 1847 

Ole Miss Phi Chapter 1855 

Fraternity Colors: Azure Blue and Gold 





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First Row: Harry B. Abernathy, Marion E. Addison, McCarty, Errette Conway McCracken, Anthony Bernard 

George H. Andrews, Frank S. Bellipani, Dan Anthony Nunez, Jr. 
Breland, Jr., James Edward Brooks, Jarrett L. Brunsen. 

Fourth Row: James Overcast, Charles Emory Oxford, 

Second Row: Ewin J. Carroll, Lowre White Dyre, Ralph Richard Moarin Schaedle, Maxie Scott, George Smith, 

P. Elliot, Reed Lundy Gunn, James hHenry Hailey, Arnold Jerome W. Smith, Robert Mark Solomon. 
Townsend hiammond, Charlie B. Jordan. 



Third Row: Cornelius Joseph Ladner, Charles H. Leg- 
gett, Harold Q. Mullen, William B. Munday, Eldon L. 



Fifth Row: Harry J. Stewart, Frank Sticht, William A. 
Swinney, James Harle Taylor, Joseph William Torti, 
Thomas William Turnipseed, Von Meeks Michael. 



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FOR THE RECORD 



your grandfather might re- 



member who founded It . . . and why ... we don't . . . James Brooks is el presidente . . . hHammonds is president de 
vice . . . Turnipseed is tax collector . . . and McCracken records things . . . Solomon was the fair-haired boy ... all 
suffer from fallen arches due to the safaris from the house to civilization . . . the entire chapter shudders at the mention 
of war-time squatters. OFFICERS: James E. Brooks, President, West Helena, Ark.; Arnold T. hiammond, Vice-President, 
Winona; Thomas W. Turnipseed, Treasurer, Memphis, Tenn.; E. Conway McCracken, Corresponding Secretary, Lula; 
James hi. HHailey, Recording Secretary, Tupelo. MEMBERS: Frank Bellipani, Centerville; Dan A. Breland, hiattiesburg; 
James E. Brooks, West Helena; Lowery W. Dyre, Kilmichael; Lundy R. Sunn, Tutwiler; James H. Hailey, Tupelo; Arnold 
T. Hammond, Winona; Cornelius J. Ladner, Bay St. Louis; Anthony B. Nunuz, Violet, La.; George C. Roberts, Green- 
wood; Richard M. Schedle, Memphis, Tenn.; Mark Solomon, Bay St. Louis; Joseph W. Torti, Memphis, Tenn.; Thomas 
W. Turnipseed, Memphis, Tenn. PLEDGES: Harry Abernathy, Clarksdale; Marion Addison, Memphis, Tenn.; George 
Andrews, Tutwiler; Joe Benvennuti, Bay St. Louis; Charles Boyd, Clarksdale; Jarrott Brunson, Memphis, Tenn.; Edwin J. 
Carroll, Beaumont; Clifton Gallent, Centerville; Charlie Jordon, Oxford; Charles Leggett, Vicksburg; Charles Linder, 
Moss Point; Tom Lindley, Baldwin; Eldon McCarty, Merigold; John E. McDade, Winona; Von Meeks Michael, Boone- 
ville; Harold Mullens, Hazelhurst; William Munday, Memphis, Tenn.; James Overcast, Hazel, Ky.; Emory Oxford, 
Jackson; Bernard Raper, Tupelo; William Robinson, Holly Springs; Maxie Scott, Forest; George Smith, Hazelhurst; 
Jerone Smith, Noxapater; Harry Stewart, Memphis, Tenn.; Frank Sticht, Noxapater; James Taylor, Memphis, Tenn. 



OLD PAL OF MINE 

Oh tell me now old pal of mine 

Before we have to part 
That you will ne'er forget the bonds 

That bind us heart to heart. 
Fond mem'ries of dear old Phi Psi 

In old age linger still. 
Sweethearts and friends may fail you 

But a Phi Psi never will. 



Founded February 19, 1852 

Mississippi Alpha Chapter established November 1857 

Colors: Hunter's Green and cardinal red 

Flower: Deep red jaque rose 

Song: Old Pal of Mine 



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First Row: Charles Banner, John H. Base, John J. Bethea, Bobby 
Bowie, Sam Boykin, Greg Breland, William Burns, James N. Cald- 
well, H. B. Cole, Frank R. Cooper, James C. Crigler. 

Second Row: Claude M. Davis, William M. Davis, Gordan B. 
Delshmet, Ramon R. Diaz, Jeff Dillard, Jesse W. Eavenson, Elwood 
Edwards, Mark J. Ellzey, William England, Robert F. Ethridge, 
Dudley Foster, John J. Fraiser. 

Third Row: Moses M. Gibson, Robert L. Gillespie, Carlyle 
Gregory, Bert Gunn, Charles D. Hancock, Claude Harrison, William 
Harry, Rowland W. Heidelberg, Vassar D, Hemphill, Charles Herrin, 
Leiand Hume. 

Fourth Row: Brett Jackson, William Jackson, Fred A. Johnson, 
Julian E. Johnson, Wesley G. Johnson, Herman M. Johnston, Harry 
Jones, William Knight, Lamar W. Lane, Garnett Lanninq, Harry 
Lewis. 



Fifth Row: Charles Lyie, Jack L. Marshall, Malcolm Maxwell, 
Dean Meador, Clyde Middleton, Clyde B. Mitts, Harry E. Musgrove, 
Robert McCellan, Mac Mclnnis, Clarence McLean, Eric McVey, 
S. B. Norwood. 

Sixth Row: Bernard Patrick, Joe Perkins, James Purson, Frank 
Abner, James E. Price, James W. Raley, Barton W. Ratliff, H. M. 
Ray, James Ray, Paul Ray, Robert Reeder. 

Seventh Row: Curtis Roberts, Guy Robinson, John Salter, Leo 
Scalon, William Scott, Charles Scruggs, Billy Shirley, Carl Short, 
George Smith, William Smith, James Snow, Walton Stewart. 

Eighth Row: Donald Stormo, Dan Sutherland, Noah Sweat, Thomas 
Laney Sweat, Lon Taylor, Willis Walker, James Wells, Clyde 
Williams, Ray Wunderlich, George Yates, Frances T. Zachary. 




FOR THE RECORD 



1855 



Miss first felt 



its curse in 1857 . . . Bill tHarry is head knocker . . . Johnson Is the number two man . . . Soggy Sweat made ODK . . . Tommy Sweat made 
A's in Med School . . . Nig McVey is another cadaver cutter . . . John Fraiser helps to promote Student Body dances . . . those who know 
promise thai' ar\ accurate pledge count will be made as soon as it Is possible to cut the front lawn. MEMBERS: Marshall Adams, Tupelo 
John H. Base, Blloxi: Frank Bowers, Helena, Ark.; Chreighton Chandler, West Point; H. Byars Cole, Jr., West Point; James C. Crigler 
Starkville; Thomas H. Curtis, Jr., Tupelo; C. M. Davis, Moorehead; John D. Eatman, hiattiesburg; Jesse W. Eavenson, Marks; Elwood Edwards 
Bruce; Mark Ellzey, Biloxi; Robert F. Etheridge, Meridian; Dudley W. Foster, Miami, Fla.; John Fraiser, Minter City; James R. Gilbert 
Mobile, Ala.; Robert L. Gillespie, Sardis; James T. Graham, Baton Rouge, La.; Carlyle Gregory, Rocky Mount, Va.; Bert O. Gunn, Biloxi 
Charles D. Hancock, St. Petersburg; William Harry, Columbia; Vassar Hemphill, Greenwood; Leiand Hume, Jr., Jackson; Brett F. Jackson, 
Jr., Pontotoc; William R. Jackson, Marks; Fred Johnson, Greenwood; Julian Johnson, Greenwood; Lamar W. Lane, Jackson; Richard Lanning 
Corinth; Edward Law, Canton; Jack L. Marshall, Homestead, Fla.; Ma'colm Maxwell, Drew; M. D. Mclnnis, Collins; Clarence E. McLean 
Hattiesburg; Junius McMahon, Jackson; Erie McVey, Lambert; Price Meador, Hattiesburg; Clyde B. Mitts, Swifton, Ark.; Coyce Norwood 
Corinth; Bernard Patrick, Corinth; Barton W. Ratcliff, Drew; H. M. Ray, Beinzi; James H. Ray, Beinzi; Ernest Rice, Nashville; Marion Rice 
Nashville; Curtis Roberts, New Albany; John A. Salter, Macon; Carl W. Short, Biloxi; William C. Smith, Hattiesburg; James Snow, Corinth 
Donald H. Stormo, Milwaukee, Wis.; N. S. Sweat, Corinth; Thomas L. S^eat, Corinth; Lon Taylor, Corinth; Willis Walker, Hattiesburg; James 
H. Wells, Cotton Plant; Maury Whitfield, Corinth; George Williams, Moss Point; Francis Zachary, Hattiesburg; Rowland Heidleberg, 
Hattiesburg; Paul T. Ray, Corinth. PLEDGES: George Adams, Tupelo; Albert T. Ajax, Jr., Corinth; Roy Barner, Ruleville; John Bethea, 
Hattiesburg: Robert Bowie, Newport, Ark.; S. E. Boykin, Catchlngs; Julian Bramlett, Oxford; Greg Breland, Hattiesburg; William Burns, Rule- 
ville; James Caldwell, Tupelo; Frank R. Cooper, Columbus; William Davis, Itta Bena; Gordon DeLashmet, Moss Point; Ramon R. Diaz, Jr., 
Memphis, Tenn.; Jeff D. Dlllard, Itta Bena; William England. Vicksburg; M. M. Gibson, Marks; Claude H. Harrison, Corinth; Fletcher Gore, 
Sturgls; Ira Hart, Hattiesburg; Charles Herrln. Hattiesburg; Jack Hill, Corinth; William Holmes, Hattiesburg; Wesley Johnson, Minter City; 
Herman M. Johnston, Itta Bena; Harry Jones, Biloxi; William L. Knight, Memphis, Tenn.; Harry Lewis, Chunky; Charles Lyie, Tupelo; William 
L McLeod, Biloxi; Clyde H. Middleton, Jr., Marks; Harry E. Musgrove, Pine Bluff, Ark; Joe R Perkins, Vicksburg; Frank A. Polk, Hattiesburg; 
James Raley, Biloxi; John R. Redding, Corinth; Robert C. Reeder, Coldwater; Guy H. Robinson, Corinth; Leo J. Scanlon, Jackson; William 
G. Scott, Jr., Benoit; Charles R. Scruggs, Biloxi; William Shirley, Quitman; George C. Smith, Hattiesburg; Clinton W. Stephens, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Walton D. Stewart, Collins; Gary Sutherland, Hattiesburg; Albert B. Walker, Corinth; Clyde E. Williams, Byhalia; Ray Wunderllch, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Willlann Yates, Mount Olive; Lamar Pierson, Atlanta, Ga.; Robert McClellan, West Point; Sam Guise, Tuscumbla, Ala.; 
George Clements, Pontotoc; James Price, Corinth. , 



SWEETHEART OF THE SIGMA CHI 



The girl of my dreams is the sweetest gi 

Of all Ihe girls I know. 

Each sweet coed like a rainbow trail 

Fades in the afterglow. 

The blue of her eyes and the gold of he 

Are a blend of the western sky; 

And the moonlight beams on the girl 

She's the sweelheart of Sigma Chi. 



Founded in 1855 

Ole Miss Eta Chap'er in IS57 

Flower: While rose 

Colors: Blue and old gold 

Song: Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 




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First Row: Richard Aiken, Carl Ferdinand Andre, Waverly Conway 
Artz, William Hannmond Atkins, Billy Baggett, Virgil Baldridge, 
B. Temple Barnard, Winston Kirby Bowling, Taylor Davie Buntin, 
Jr., William Dean Buntin, Lampkin Herbert Butts. 

Second Row: Edward Byrne, Henry F. Byrne, Claurde Alonzo 
Chamberlin, Laurence James Clark, James Clayton, Wilfred Cole, 
Edward Cook, Edward Lional Cook, George William Covingfon, 
William Cresswell, Kimby Day, Jr. 

Third Row: Thomas Jefferson Dean, Herman Brister Decell, Samuel 
DeeWilson Duvall, James Murry Falkner, Billy Francis Flowers, Edwin 
Horatio Gould, James Hewitt Griffin,- George Gully, Reuben Hale, 
William Cresswell, Kirby Day, Jr. 

Fourth Row: Hudson Spencer Hargett, Jeff Harpole, John Ellis 
Hartsfleld, John H. Hinman, Henry Ware Hobbs, Jr., Robert E. 
Home, Jr., William H. Howard, Jr., Homer Lee Howie, Shed Hill 
Hunger, Ediey H. Jones, Jr., Henry Doug Jones, George Thomas 
Kimbrough. 



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Fi^fh Row: Richard Edgar Kimbrough, John Allen Knott, Samuel 
Hopkins Lambdin, James Frederick Lamon, Robert Nelson Leavell, 
James Nathaniel Maclln, Lauch McLaurin Magruder, James Ralph 
Markette, William Goebel Mize, Jr., Edward Panis Moore, Norman 
A. Mott, John Russell McBath. 

Sixfh Row: Ezell McCane, Glenn McCoy, Archie McDonnell, Hugh 
Joseph Mclnnls, Jr., Rudolph McRee, Jr., Sam Griffin Norquist, 
Jase Norsworthy, William Paddock, Harry Edward Patton, Charles 
Rankin, Jr., Henry Lawrence Reld, Sidney A. Robinson, Jr. 
Seventh Row: Glover Alcorn Russell, Norman Scaife, Val Hunter 
Sessions, Jr., Charles Edward Slatter, Robert Slater, Richard E. 
Stone, Robert Sublette, Harold Stanley Thames, William Harris 
Thomas, William Jackson Toler, Howard H. Triplett, Robert George 
Vander Boegh. 

Eighth Row: George Van Zant, Charles Vernon, Jr., Fred Haden 
Walker, O. B. Walton, Jr., Lester Warrick, Jr., William H. West, 
Jr., William Cary Whitehead, Jr., Charles Blair Whittlngton, John 
Wilkinson, Wayne Claude Williams, Jr., Talmaqe Young Willlford, 
Jr., Simon Peter Wilson. 



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1856 



vaded Ole Miss ten years laler . . . before any c) ihe better lodge- arrived . . . Hinman is in direct ccmmunica^on with Minerva . . . 
vice-Prexy Witfred Cole's main job is keeping ihe vari-colored paint w ped off the sacred white lions . . . Williamson has a strangle hold on 
the purse strings . . . but allows Cook two penpoints per semester fo. writing things down . . . their virile-sounding song is "Violets" . . . 
Granberry still aspires toward a medical career . . . Leavell and Falk.ier are two of the leading local lads. OFFICERS: John Hinman, Presi- 
dent, Greenwood; Wilfred Cole, Vice-President, Jackson; Edward L. C jok. Secretary, Inverness; R. C. Williamson, Treasurer, Greenwood; 
MEMBERS: James S. Abney, Jr., Amory; Richard W. Aiken, Hammond; William Baggett, Oxford; Kirby Bowling, Memphis, Tenn.; John R. 
Brenson, Jr., Oxford; Taylor D. Buntin, Jr., Nesbitt; William D. Buntln, Nesbitt; Lampkin Butts, Oxford; Robert B. Cady, Clinton, Iowa; 
Claude A. Chalberlain, Aberdeen; Wilfred Q. Cole, Jr., Jackson; Ed./ard L. Cook, Jr., Inverness; Eph Creswell, Durant; Kirby Day, Jr., 
Inverness; Herman B. Decell, Yazoo City; Wilson Duvall, Oxford; Jame; Faulkner, Oxford; Billy F. Flowers, Winona; Edward Gould, Okolona; 
Louis Granberry, Jr., Laurel; William J. Hamm, Un'versily; Jerry A. Hjncock, Memphis, Tenn.; Hudson S. Hargett, Yazoo Cily; Jeff Harpole, 
Philadelphia; John E. Hartsfield, Oxford; Richard G. Hendricks, Okobna; John H. Hinman, Jr., Greenwood; Henry Ware Hobbs, Jr., 
Brookhaven; Homer Lee Howie, Jackson; Aubrey P. Jeffries, Memphi., Tenn.; George T. Kimbrough, Louisville; James F. Landrum. Amory; 
Roberl- N. Leavell, Oxford; Archie MacDonald. Okolona; James N. M jclin. Mason, Tenn.; Lauch M. Magruder, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; William 



Randolph McRee, Jr 



3pa; Jase O. N 



G. Mize, Jackson; Norman A. Mott, Jr., Yazoo Cily; Hugh J. Mclnnl-, Jr., Jacks 

Jackson; Sam G. Norquist, Yazoo City; Harry E. Pctton, Jr., Greenwood; John Lloyd Haynes, Jr., Nashville, Tenn.; James T, Ranier, Yazoo 

City; Henry L. Reid, Greenville; Sidney A. Robinson, Jr., Jackson; Val H. Sessions, Jr., Bolton; Robert Sublette, Jackson; O. B. Walton, 



Leste 



Warrick, Jr., McGhee 



Wi 



H. West, Jr., Okc 



Willi, 



Carry Whitehead, Jr., West Point; Char 



Whitting- 



ton. Greenwood; Robert C. Williamson, Jr., Greenwood. PLEDGES: Cjrl Ferdinand Andre, Vicksburg; E. A. Archer, Greenwood; Waverly 
Conway Artz, Vicksburg; William Hommond Atkins, Clarksdale; Hall Bjidrldge, Memphis, Tenn.; Brashier Temple Barnard, Anquilla; Edward 
J. Byone, Natchez; Henry F. Byrne, Natchez; James W. Cassidy, Brookhaven; Lawrence J. Clark, Jr., Vicksburg; James N. Clayton, Jr., Cren- 
shaw; G. W, Covington, Canton; Edward Lional Cook, Jr., Inverness; Thomas J. Dean, Hernando; James Hewitt Griffin, Jackson; George H. 
Gully, Jr., Brookhaven, Reuben Aldridge Hale, Greenwood; George P. Hewes, Jackson; Robert E. Home, Gulfport; William H. Howard, 
Jackson; Shed Hill Hunger, Winona; Henry D. Jones, Jackson; Ediey H. Jones, Jr., Vicksburg; Richard Edward Kimbrough, Louisville; John 
Allen Knott, Jr., Pittsburg, Pa.; Samuel H. Lambdin, Natchez; James Ralph Marquette, Brookhaven; Edward Paris Moore, Jr., Clarksdale; 
Rodger S. Myers, Jr., Oxford; John Russell McBath, Chowchilla, Calif.; Ezell Hugh McCane, Memphis, Tenn.; Glenn E. McCoy, Baltzer; 
William Brewster Paddock, Memphis, Tenn.; Charles S. Rankin, Jr., Jackson; Glover A. Russell, Clarksdale; Norman Scaife, Dundee; Charles 
E. Slater, Jackson; Robert E. Slater, Jackson; Richard E. Stone, Okolona; Harold Stanley Thames, Jackson; William Harris Thomas, Clarks- 
dale; William Jackson Toler, Vicksburg; Howard H. Tripletf, Louisville; George H. Van Zant, Jackson; Robert G. Vander Boegh, Jollet, III.; 
Charles Vernon, Jr., Brookhaven; Fred H. Walker, Gulfport; Bailey Wilkinson. Memphis, Tenn.; Wayne E. Williams, Jr., Greenwood; Simon 
Peter Wilson, Jr., Wiggins. 



VIOLETS 

Violets, Violets, 

You're the fairest flower to 

Violets, Violets, 

Emblem of Fraternity. 
With your perfume memories conr 

To Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Dearest flower beneath the sun! 
My violets. 



Founded in 1856 

Ole Miss Gamma chapte 

Flower: Violets 

Colors: Purple and Gold 

Song: Violets 



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First Row: John A. Aldridge, James C. Barfoot, Mike R. Blouin, 
Shelton BIythe, Robert E. Bobo, Thomas D. Bourdeaux Ralph E 
Bradley, Millard M. Bush, Shed H. Caffey, Jr., Henry Callicott, 
Charles W. Capps. 

Second Row: Graham H. Cassibry, Napoleon L. Cassibry, Walter 
L. Catchlngs, William D. Chatham, William C. Connell, George 
Copeland, Overton A. Currie, John R. Cunningham, Rodes Currie, 
Lucius B. Dabney, Jr., Wall Doxey, Jr. 

Third Row: William M. Ellis, Kenneth C. Foose, Thad L Fowler, 
Dan Fox. William F. Galtney, Samuel P. Gardner, John Gaston, 
Hugh Lee Gowan, Reginald A. Gray, Jr., John H. Gunter, Frank 
O. Givens, Jr. 



Fourth Row: William M. Hardee, Charles R. Harris, Robert H, 
Henderson, Robert P. Hilton, Jerry McLean, George W. Hoffman', 
Harry O. Hoffman, Jr., John F. Jackson, John Keeton, Oscar p'. 
LaBarre, Roger C. Landrum. 



Fifth Row: Joseph P. Long, Ewell B. Martin, Rob. 

Charles B. Morton, John W. McArthur, La 

Ben Owen, William P. Perkins, Moran M 

Richard C. Price. 



t S. Maynard, 

wrence E. Noble, Jr., 

Pope, Jr., Leon L. Porter, 



Sixth Row: William Sadler, Benford L. 
Lester A. Shipley, William D. Smith, 
Stewart, James Strlbling, Jack E. Stuart, 
J. Threadgill. 



Samuel, William Semmes. 
Curtis Stacy, William E. 
Stanford J. Terry, William 



Seventh Row: Robert B. Townes, Bernard L. Trippett, Frank 
Trippett, Joel E. Varner, Guy H. Watklns, Herman D. Webster, 
Julian Greaves Wilson, William F. Winter, Fred Witty, Walter H 
Witty, Claude J. Woodard, Louis Zehnder. 




FOR THE RECORD 



Some intellectual started it in \i 



. . . came South to Ole Miss in 1877 . . . Trippett i? head man . . . Winter is runner-up . . . Eason counts the rupees . . . Keeton takes 
notes . . . Threadgill is a turnkey who travels under the title of "Warden" . . . Bourdeaux crusades; in spite of everything he made ODK 
. . . Terry heads the Interfraternity Council . . . Brother Morton help; fill space in Brother Bourdeaux's weekly . . . B. B. Owen remains the 
foremost antagonist of tradition . . . Winter saves them all from oblivion. OFFICERS: Bernard L. Trippett, President, Aberdeen; William 

F. Winter, Vice-President, Grenada; Paul Eason, Treasurer, Tupelo; John T. Keeton, Secretary, Grenada; William J. Threadgill, Warden 
Greenwood. MEMBERS: Mike R. Blouin, Clarksdale; Shelton M. BIythe, Lake Cormorant; Robert E. Bobo, Clarksdale; Thomas D. Bourdeaux 
Meridian; John H. Bowen, Greenville; Ralph E. Bradley, Aberdeen; H. Grady Brewer, Clarksdale; Shed Hill Caffey, Jr., Columbus; H. Carver 
Callicott, Memphis, Tenn.; Charles W. Capps, Cleveland; Nap L. Cassibry, Cleveland; Lee Catching, Jr., Cleveland; William C. Connell, Jr. 
Clarksdale; Dan Copeland, Senatobia; Jack Cunningham, Booneville; O/erton A. Currie, Hattiesburg; Lucius P. Dabney, Vicksburg; Paul B 
Eason, Tupelo; Kenneth C. Foose, Tchula; Malcolm Franklin, Oxford; Sam Parker Gardner, Greenwood; Frank O. Givens, Jr., Senatobia; hlugh 
L. Gowan, Carthage; Reginald Gray, Hattiesburg; John H. Gunter, Aberdeen; J. D. Guyton, Kosciusko; William M. Hardee, Jackson; R 
Harvey Henderson, Sumner; Robert Parker Hilton, Ellaville, Ga.; Harr/ O. Hoffman, Hattiesburg; Chatwin Jackson, Kosciusko; John T, 
Keeton, Grenada; Oscar O. LaBarre, Vicksburg; Roger Landrum, Kosciusko; Byron Long, Tupelo; Joseph P. Long, Tupelo; Edwin L. Marmon 
Memphis, Tenn.; John W. McArthur, Hattiesburg; George A. McLean, Blaine; John C. McMurry, Panama, Rep. of Panama; Brinkley Morton, 
Senatobia; Henry T. Odom, Greenwood; Ben Owen, Columbus; William P. Perkins, Jr., Senatobia; Benford L. Samuels, Oxford; William O, 
Semmes, Grenada; William D. Smith, III, Houston; William E. Stewarr, Natchez; James L. Stribling, Clarksdale; Jack E. Stuart, Hattiesburg 
J. Standford Terry, Jackson, Tenn.; William J. Threadgill, Greenwood; H. Klein Thornton, Pascagoula; Bernard L. Trippett, Aberdeen; Franl 

G. Trippett, Aberdeen; Guy H. Watkins, Aberdeen; Herman D. Webster, Oxford; Julian G. Wilson, Tupelo; William F. Winter, Grenada 
Fred M. Witty, Greenwood; Waiter Witty, Winona; Claude Woodward, Kosciusko. PLEDGES: John A. Aldrldge, Estill; James C. Barfoot 
Philadelphia; Jare L. Berkley, Belzoni; Millard L. Bush, Hattiesburg; Graham H. Cassibry, Cleveland; William H. Carothers, Greenwood 
William D. Chatham, Shaw; Tom S. Culley, Oxford; Rodes S. Currie, Meridian; William M. Ellis, Columbus; Frank Fant, Greenwood; Thad 
Lewis Fowler, Hattiesburg; Dan Fox, Louisville; William Fields Galtney, Corinth; Rufus K. Gardner, Greenwood; Edgar Earl Gaston, Clarks 
dale; John R. Gaston, Clarksdale; Charles R. Harris, Greenwood; Douglas W. Hays, Senatobia; John E. Hays, Tchula; George W. Hoffman 
Hattiesburg; John F. Jackson, Kosciusko; Eweil B. Martin, McComb; Lawrence E. Noble, Grenada; Moran Pope, Hattiesburg; Leon L. Porter, 
Jr., Clarksdale; Richard C. Price, Hattiesburg; James E. Russell, Oxford; Lester Adam Shipley, Jr., Greenwood; Curtis C. Stacy, Jr., Water 
Valley; Joel E. Varner, Senatobia; Louis S. Zehnder, Hattiesburg. 



PHI DELTA THETA FOR AYE 

In 18 hundred and 48 

Phi Delta Theta for aye 

The year we Phi's commemorate 

Phi Delta Theta for aye. 

Chorus: Phi Delta Theta 

Phi Delta Theta, Phi Delta Theta 

Phi Delta Theta for aye. 

But six of first we soon became. 

Phi Delta Theta for aye 

A Grecian clan of wondrous fame 

Phi Delta Theta for aye. 



Founded In 1848 
Mississippi Alpha, 1877 
Flower: White Carnation 
Colors: Azure and Argent 
Song: Phi Delta Theta For Aye 



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First Row: Maurice E. Breazeale, Ernest L. Brown, Ramon 
L. Burgess, Clyde H. Campbell, William Carroll, William 
D. Coleman, Robert M. Condon. 

Second Row: Charles E. Crawford, Jr., William Crosby, 
James S. Dale, Jr., Eugene Russell Darby, Ratford E. 
DuBoise, John H. Fox, III. Ralph M. Garrard, William S. 
Gillidett. 



Third Row: Cooper B. Gordon, Howard R. Gray, Lowell 
E. Grisham, Benjamin S. Hardy, Joseph Hawkins, Joseph 
Kyle Herring, David Jourdan, Jr. 

Fourth Row: Anderson M. Linton, Jr., Hodgen P. Mon- 
tague, Jr., John A. McCrosson, Joseph C. McGhee, 
William D. Parker, Luther D. Pittman, James M. Rob- 
ertson, John B. Shelby. 



Fifth Row: Sam S. Simmons, Robert S. Snyder, Floyd 
W. Stratton, Alfred E. Strickland, Albioun F. Summers, 
Pat Henry Wallace, Val E. Williams. 



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FOMm mBE MmEC€PMmMM . . . claim to have an early origin 
... its turblent beginning at Ole Miss was in 1879 . . . Pittman is Grand Scribe . . . lesser plenipotentiaries are Garrard 
and Robertson . . . known locally as the "nothlng-stronger-than-warm-mllk-boys" . . . McGehee Is the perennial politician 
. . . Dale and Coleman perform creditably in Law School . . . Long John Fox (The Great White Father) lends a 
paternal hand. OFFICERS: Luther D. Pittman, President, Raleigh; Ralph M. Garrard, Vice-President, Isola; James M. 
Robertson, Treasurer, Ruleville. MEMBERS: Maurice E. Breazeale, Parchman; Ernest L. Brown, Dayton, O.; Ramon L. 
Burgess, Charleston, S. C; Robert M. Condon, Greenville; William D. Coleman, Ackerman; Robert M. Condon, 
Greenville; Charles E. Crawford, Jr., Isola; William Crosby, Oxford; James S. Dale, Jr., Columbia; Eugene R. Darby, 
Converse, Ind.; John Fox, III, Oxford; Ralph M. Garrard, Isola; Cooper B. Gordon, Timberville, Va.; Howard R. Gray, 
luka; Thomas J. Griffith, Jr.; Ackerman; William S. Gillldette, Macomb, III.; Lowell E. Grisham, luka; Benjamin S. 
hiardy, Jackson; Joseph K. hierring, Clarksdale; David O. Jourdon, Jr., luka; Anderson M. Linton, Jr., Isola; John A. 
McCrosson, Fall River, Mass.; Joseph C. McGhee, Jr., Bude; Carl D. Mulllcan, Wesson; Luther D. Pittman, Raleigh; 
James M. Robertson, Ruleville; John B. Shelby, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Floyd W. Stratton, Liberty; Albloun F. Summers, 
Pelahatchle; Pat H. Wallace, Isola; Valerius E. Williams, Milllngton, Tenn. PLEDGES: Dennis M. Bullard, luka; Clyde H. 
Campbell, Tracy, Tenn.; William Carroll, Chattanooga, Tenn.; John F. Dean, Corinth; Ratford E. DuBoIse, Silver City; 
Homer Green, Jr., Wesson; Joseph Hawkins, Raleigh; Hodgen P. Montague, Jr., Clinton; William D. Parker, Green- 
wood; Sam S. Simmons, Yazoo City; Robert S. Snyder, Henderson, Ky.; H. Lloyd Storment, luka; Alfred E. Strickland, 
Laurel. 



MY BETA GIRL 

Sweetheart of mine . . . My Beta Girl 

Fairest of all . . . My Beta Girl 

Eyes blue as skies of Beta blue 

Cheeks like the rose of Beta hue: 

Tender and true, a pal to all; 

Worthy of Beta's name 

You are my light, my diamond so bright. 

My sweetheart, my Beta girl! 



Founded in 1839 

Ole Miss Beta Beta Chapter in 1879 

Flower: Pink rose 

Colors: Pink and blue 

Song: My Beta Girl 



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First Row: Billy Adams, Sam Alman. Hubert Armstrong, Ed W. Atkinson, 

George Thomas Bailey, Jack Clint Barrett, James Bass, Thomas A. Bell, 

Preston Bennett, Homer Best, Charles Bidgood, Guy Cameron Billups, Charles 

Bingham, Ed Birchett. 

Second Row: Joe Kent Bishop, Boyer M. Brady, Kimball Brown, Robert 

Lowry Buie Walter Earl Bullock, Winston Cameron, William Campbell, Fred 

Carney, Charles Clark, William Cook, William Ramsey Cook, Harry Corban, 

John Richard Countiss, George Crawford. 

Third Row: Hall W. Dabbs, Jr., Arch Dalrymple, 111, Paul Davis, Grady 

Allen DeCell John F. Dickson, Dean Carlton DuBois, Harold Dubisson, 

Robert Ehrhardt, John Farrell, Ted Ford, Fred West Garraway, Dan Gentry, 

Denton Gibbs. Johnny Girner. 

Fourth Row: Ernest Graves, Elmore Greaves, Peyton Greaves, Lester Griffin, 

Tom Hairston Dee Hamilton Earnest Lee Hardin, Tom Harvey, Bill Hasson, 

Jack Henry, Tom Holder, Jack Holman. Wayne Lucas Howard, Edward 

Humphreys. 

Fifth Row: Mays Hunter, Wilton Johnson, Ernest Fox Jones, Howard Jones, 

John M. Jones, Sidney Jones, Edward Joyce, Albert S. Kirst Joe Knight, 

Herbert Kroeze, John Kroeze, Leslie Lampton, William B. Lloyd, William 

Brown Lloyd. 



Sixth Row: Fred Lotterhos, Hugh Luckett, Jr., Edwin Magruder, Ralph H. 

Marble Roland D. Marble, Clifton Maxwell, Arthur Merrill, David Miller, 

Edmund Mongomery, Malcolm Mongomery, Hugh Moore, Lewis Morrow, 

Daniel Morse, William B, Moss. 

Seventh Row: Charles McBeth Murphy. John Murry, James Edgar McDonald 

Jr Ed McDowell Ed Mclntyre WTlliam McKee, John McLaurin, Paul 

McMullen Pat McMullen, Ernest McMurchy, Bill Nicholson, Jerry Otwell, 

James Parkin, Robert Rimes Perry. 

Eighth Row: Logan Phillips, Albert Pippen, James Houston Price, James 

Quinn John William Quinn, John Alfred Ramsey, Hugh S. Rayner, Thomas 

Ramsey, Jr., Robert Riser, Charle Rowan. Farley Salmon, Hugh Schneider, 

Tom Scott. 

Ninth Row: John H. Shamburger, Norman Shaw, Harvey S. Stanley, Jr., 

James Steele Foirest Milner Stevens, Henry Stevens, Bill Stewart. Douglas 

Stone Beema'n Strange, James G. Stuart, R. E. L. Stuart, Andrew Sullivan, 

James Taylor. 

Tenth Row: Jerry Tibilier, Sterling Tighe, Bobby Turnage, James Tyson, 

Nat 1 Washburn James L. Webb, John Webb, John Joseph West. Arthur 

Whatley Lester Williamson, Ney Williams, Fred Wright, Hollis Spencer 

Young. ' 



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FOR THE RECORD 



group 



'Southern Gentlemen" 



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' in 1865 — comes each Founder's Day, the Brothers wear suits, red roses, and drool "Kappa Alpha 
■ II. and John Jones, number III. and Arch Dalrymple, number 5280 . . . Bullock is the "Dolla 
Fame . . . Logan Phillips was promoted from Sergeant (Army) to Colonel (ROTC) ... On clea 



cool nights Robert E. Lee and Traveler can be heard trotting around the chapter room. OFFICERS: Hugh Moore, Number I, Bay St. Louis; Hal Dabbs, Jr. 
Number II, Quitman; John Jones. Number III, Macon. ACTIVES: Billy Adams. Canton; R. M, Allen. Indianola; Sam Alman, Gulfport; Hubert Armstrong 
Greenville; Preston Bennett. Meridian; Jack Barrett, Houston; James Bass. Jackson; Tommy Bell, Grenada; Edward Birchett, Yazoo City; Charles Bingham. Gulf 
port; Jack Blasingame. Jackson; B. M. Brady. Jackson; Kimball Brown. Houston; Bob Buie. Jackson; Walter Bullock. Columbia; Winston Cameron, Meridian 
William Campbell, Memphis; W. L. Cook, Pensacola, Fla.; W. R. Cook, Jackson; Harry Corban, Fayette; Alfred Crisler. Jackson; George Craw 
ford. Aberdeen; Hal N. Dabbs, Crawford; Arch Dalrymple. Amory; Leon Davis. Greenville; Paul Davis. Knoxville. Tenn,; Grady DeCell, Jackson 
Harold Dubisson, Gulfport; Fred Dunn, Jackson; Bobby Ehrhardt, Jackson; Ted Ford, Columbia; Denton Gibbes. Laurel; Tom Hairston, Jackson; Dee Hamilton 
Brookhaven; Tom Harvey, Gulfport; Earnest Lee Hardin, Macon; Bill Hasson, Meridian; Tom Holder. Houston; Jack Holman, Macon; Edward Humphreys 
Indianola; Cecil Inman, Jackson; Wilton Johnson. Jackson; Ernest Jones, Laurel; John M. Jones. Macon; Sidney Jones, Jackson; Frank Kennedy, Meridian 
Joe Knight, Meridian; John Kroeze, Jackson; James Lloyd, Jackson; Thames Lloyd, Jackson; Ed McDowell, Jackson; Charlie McGlohn, Columbus; William 
McKee. Starkville; Ed Mclntyre, Brandon; John McLaurin, Brandon; Pat McMullen, Jackson; Ernest McMurchy, Duncan; Edwin Magruder, Newton; Sidney 
Majure, Jackson; Clifton Maxwell, Jackson; Arthur Merrill, Meridian; Hugh Moore, Bay St. Louis; Edmond Montgomery, Yazoo City; Malcolm Montgomery, 
Yazoo City; Andrew Morson, Greenville; Charles McBeth Murphy, Belzoni; John Murry, Brandon; Linton North, Belzoni; Logan Phillips, Jackson; Al Pippen, 
Columbus; James H. Price, Magnolia; John Ramsey, Helena, Ark.; Hugh Rayner, Meridian; Robert L. Riser, Jackson; Robert Roberts. Indianola; Tom Scott. 
Jackson; Farley Salmon, Clarksdale; Henry Stevens, Richton; Douglas Stone, Columbus; James G. Stuart, Meridian; R. E. L. Stuart. Gulfport; Andrew Sullivan, 
Macon; Jerry Tibilier, Jackson; Alex Touchstone, Meridian; Bobby Turnage, Prentiss; James Tyson, Starkville; Nat I. Washburn. Meridian; John Webb. Leland; 
Blake Whittington, Memphis; Tom Wilkinson, Shelby; Ney Williams, Raymond; Nate Williamson, Meridian; Fred Wright, Brookhaven. PLEDGES: George T. 
Angero. Meridian; Ed W. Atkinson, Pickens; Charles Azar, Greenville; George Bailey, Gulfport; Homer Best, Jackson; Charles Bidgood, Meridian; Gu" Billups, 
Greenwood; Joe Bishop, Pascagoula; Ed Cates, Jackson; Hal Catchings, Jackson; Fred Carney, Cleveland; James Coleman, Jackson; John Countiss, Jackson; 
Robert Crook, Meridian; John F. Dickson, Jackson; Dean Dubois, Gulfport; John R. Farrell, Meridian; Fred Garraway, Jackson; Dan Gentry, Sardis; Johnny 
Girner, Sardis; Ernest Graves, Laurel; Elmore Greaves, Jackson; Peyton Greaves, Jackson; Lester Griffin, Belzoni; Jack Henry, Meridian; Wayne Howard, 
Brandon; Mays Hunter, Macon; Howard Jones, Laurel; Edward Joyce. St. Augustine, Fla.; Albert Kirst, Jackson; Herbert Kroeze, Jackson; Leslie Lampton, Jack- 
son; Fred Lotterhos, Jackson; William Lloyd, Jackson; Hugh Luckett, Jr., Jackson; James McDonald, West Point; James Mclnnis, Meridian; Paul McMullen, 
Jackson; Ralph Marble, Leland; Rowland Marble. Leland; David Miller, Jackson; Robert Miller, Jackson; William Moss, Meridian; Lewis Morrow. Memphis, 
Tenn.; Daniel Morse, Jackson; George Morse, Gulfport; Stanford Morse. Gulfport; William Nicholson, Greenville; Jerry Otwell, Meridian; Edwin Page, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Robert Perry, Vicksburg; Frank Purnell, Meridian; James Quinn, Sturgis; John Quinn, Greenwood; Tom Ramsey, Hattiesburg; Kenneth Reynolds, 
Memphis, Tenn., Tom Ross, Jackson; Charles Rowan, Jackson; Hugh Schnieder, Laurel; John Shamberger, Meridian; Norman Shaw, Jackson; Harvey Stanley, 
Greenville; James Steele, Schuqualak; Forrest Stephens, Hattiesburg; Bill Stewart. Poplarvllle; Beeman Strange, Meridian; James Taylor, Jackson; Sterling Tighe, 
Jackson; Arthur Whatley, Vicksburg; James Webb, Leland; Joe West. Sardis; Hollis Spencer Young, Bruce. 



KA ROSE 



She has two dreamy eyes ol blue 
A wealth of golden hair 
Two ruby lips to kiss you 
And a smile beyond compare 
She's the sweetest girl in all the 
The fairest flower that grows 
She's my sunny southern sweetheart 
She's my Kappa Alpha Rose. 



Founded December 21, 1865; Ole Miss chapter— Alpha Upsllon 19C 
Flowers: Magnolia and red rose; Colors: Crimson and Old gold; Son 





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First Row: Joseph V. Alsobrook, Donald J. Arceneaux, Thomas M 

Barnett, Ralph Bowie, James Robert Branninq, William H. Brewer 

David I. Bridgers, Lloyd M. Bridgers, Frank Brower, Howard A 

Brown, Jack E. Brown, Ray Bryant, Marion E. Bullock. 

Second Row: Joseph B. Bursi, Lee L. Byers, Robert Caldwell, Cliff 

S. Campbell, Guy D. Campbell, Roger E. Campbell, Mack Car 

michael, Hllmon Castle, Danny Covert, Robert Covert, Jack Covert 

Robert S. Cooper. 

Third Row: Jimmy Crabbe, Ancil L. Cox, Billy H. Davis, James L 

Davis, William E. Dalton, Sinclair Daniel, Charles W. Dean, Wayne 

E. Derrington, Don E. Dismukes, Jack B. Donaldson, David W 

Dunn, Wayne B. Fancher, Charles H. Fulghum. 

Fourth Row: William M. Gillespie, Jay Gore, Jr., William A, 

Green, Bill Gunn, Walter D. Gunn, Edward Hamoric, Henry 

Harrington, Albert W. Heffner, James Hinmon, Edward Hinr 

William B. Holloman, Hunter H. Kimball. 

Fifth Row: Joe K. Jacobs, Maurice C. Kemp, Joseph King, Roland 

C. Kirby, Leroy Klrkpatrick, Clifton A. Lamb, Fletcher D. Le 



John William Lewis, Ira L. Morgan, Kendrick McCarley, James 

McCormack, Dan McElroy, Ellis H. McGaun. 

Sixth Row: Joseph McKell, George S. McLaughlin, Paul Newton, 

Malcolm Nichols, Charles N. Payne, Walter J. Phillips, Boyd 

Pickens, Ben Qulntana, Vernon Rawllngs, Hugh Ray, Logan Dale 

Rimes, Guy N. Rogers. 

Seventh Row: Erwin E. Russell, Rudolph V. Russell, Robert L. 

Russum, Donald Sanders, Harry J. Sasser, Clarence Ray Scales, 

David P. Searcy, Milton M. Shackelford, John H. Shands, Earle 

Shannon, James B. Skewes, David Stewart, Charles Smith. 

Eighth Row: George Stephens, Clayton R. Stewart, A. C. Suhren, 

Jr., Jimmy Thomas, Hugh H. Thomasson, George T. Tindall, Billy 

Tittle, Herbert Eugene Trammell, Rogers Varner, Caley B. Waldrip, 

Robert D. Walker, Parker Walker. 

Ninth Row: Frank B. Watts, Thomas H. Watts, Calvin B. Wells, 

Harold H. White, Robert M. Wilkes, Peter K. Willemoes, Charles 

Williams, Granville H. Williams, Alvin R. Wright, Charles Wright, 

John A. Wroten, Joe Wroten, Howard Yawn. 




FOR THE RECORD 



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be referred to as " 
Vice-President, Baldwyi 
Meridian; Thomas M. 
Robert Branm 
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thar tra.'sfer fronn Millsaps." OFFICERS: Paul Newto 

Joseph V. Alsobrook, Secretary, luka; Howard A 

Barnett, Baldwyn; Samuel E. Birdsong. Jr., Jackson 

dian; William H. Brewer. Richton; David I. Brldgers, 



Paul Newton calls himself "boss ... the two 
Section) . . . Howard Brown sits on the mone 
ties as Shanghai, PInhead, Gubby, Hoggy 
ewton. President, Wigg 



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lock, Tylertown; Joseph B. Bursi, Oakville, 
Pachuta; James A. Cherry, Jr., Wiggins; Charles W. Cri 
Brookhaven; James L. Davis, Jackson; Charles W. Dean 
H. Fulghum, Booneville; Boyd Goodwin 
Harrington, Houston; Albert W. Heffne 
Holliday, Jr.. Jackson; William Bernard 
Kimball, Gulfport; Joseph King, Laurel; 
Oxford; James T, McCafferty, Jr., Wim 



Tenn.; Lee L. Byers, Batesvillt 
ler, Jackson; Ancll L. Cox, Sh 
Shaw; Don E. Dismukes, Due 



ice bosses (or vice versa) are Charles Walker 
while Alsobrook attempts to keep the corres^ 
Squirrel, Pablo, etc. . . . Nichols will forever 
ns; Charles Walker, Vice-President, Sanatorium; Robert S. Caldwell, 
r^asurer, Jackson. MEMBERS: Billups H. Allen, Starkville; Harold M, Bailey, 
Blackwell, Saucier; James Boufwell, Laurel; Ralph Bowie, Durant; James 
Lloyd M. Bridgers, Jackson; Frank Bower. Charleston; Ray Bryant, Gulfport; 
lie; Guy D Campbell, Laurel; Mack Carmichael, Meridian; Hilmon Castle, 
Roland Dale, Magee; William E. Dalton, Centreville; Sinclair Daniel, 
II; Jack B. Donaldson, Memphis; Robert K. Evans, Memphis; Charirs 



Hot Springs, Ark.; Marshall L. Gordy Jr.. Forest; Jay Gore, Jr., Grenada; Walt 
, Jr., Philipp; George W. Herring, Meridian; Edward Hinman, Pascagoula; James Hir 
Hunt, Jr., Olive Branch; Joe K. Jacobs, Memphis; Hugh Jones, Memphis; Henry G. 
Leroy Kirkpatrick, Clarksdale; Robert L. 
ina; Howard B. McCrory, Forest; Robe,' 



;r D. Gunn, Charleston; 
man, Pascagoula; Wllliarr 
Kersh, Jr., Jackson; Hui 



Saltillo; Robert J. Peets, Jackson; 
Qulntana, McComb; Elmer Ray Ra 
vUle; Robert L. Russum, Flora; Ha 
Meridian; George Stephens, Merle 
H. Thomasson, DeKalb; George T, 



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lips, Bav St. Louis: Boyd 

Laurel; Guy N. Rogers New Albany; Hen 

Sasser, Carthage; David P. Searcy, Greenv 

Clayton R. Stewart, Houston; David Stewar 

iail, Magee; Herbert E. Trammell, Laurel; 



Lambrlght, Jackson; Thomas Ed Magee, Brookha-en; Ira L. Morgan, Jr., 
G. Nichols, Jr., Jackson; James F. Noble, Brookhaven; Charles N. Payne, 
New Albany; James M. Power, Red Banks; Ray Prig-iore, Charleston; Ben 
ry C. Rose. Winona; Eiwln E. Russell, Booneville; Rudolph V. Russell, Taylors- 
He; John H. Shands. Fulton; Earle Shannon. Vicksburg; James F. Shumate, 
■, Houston; A. C. Suhren, Jr., Pass Christian; Eugene Thomas, Jackson; Hugh 
James G. Vaughan, Laurel; Caley B. Waldrip, Jackson; Parker Walker, Sana- 
torium; Thomas H. Watts, Columbia; Charles Whitaker. Leiand: Harold H. White, Laurel; Robert M. Wilkes. Helena, Ark.; Charles D. Williams, Jr.. Yazoo City, 
William W. Woods, Charleston; Joseph Wroten, Greenville; John Wroten, Greenville. PLEDGES: Donald J. Arceneaux, Bay St. Louis; Jack E. Brown, Collins; 
Cliff S. Campbell, Laurel; Roger E. Campbell, Jackson; Robert S. Cooper, Forest; Danny Covert, Meridian; Jack Covert, Meridian; Robert Covert, Meridian; 
Jimmy Crabbe, Booneville; Billy H. Davis, Houston; Wayne E. Derrington, Jackson; David W. Dunn, Oxford; Wayne B. Fancher, Columbus; William M. Gillespie, 
Charleston; William A. Green, Jonestown; Bill Gunn, Charleston; Edward Hamoric, Memphis; Richard Harris, Jackson; William B. Holloman, Rulevllle; Maurice 
C. Kemp, Winona; Bill Kenny, Bay St. Louis; Roland C. Kerby, Houston; Jimmy Lackey, Forest; Clifton A. Lamb, Jackson; Fletcher D. Lewis, Rosedale; John Wil- 
liam Lewis, Rosedale; Kendrick McCarley, Sanatorium; James McCormack, Fulton; Dan McElroy, Fulton; Ellis H. McGlaun, Baldwyn; Joseph McKell, Grenade; 
George S. McLaughlin, Vicksburg; Sidney E. Mitchell, Houston; John Morris, Jackson; Malcolm Nichols, Rosedale; Bruce Phillips, Crystal Springs; Vernon Rawlings, 
Meridian; Hugh Ray, Corinth; Logan Dale Rimes, McComb; Billy C. Rogers, Sylvarena; John Rogers, Sylvarena; Donald Sanders, Memphis; Clarence Ray Scales, 
Jackson; Milton M. Shackelford, Columbus; James B. Skewes, Meridian; Charles Smith, Greenville; Kenneth Strange, Meridian; Bryan K. Strickland, Greenville; 
Jimmy Thomas, Laurel; Jimmy T. Thrash, Meridian; Billy Tittle, Laurel; Rogers Varner, Pace; Robert D. Walker, Sanatorium; Frank B. Watts, Wiggins; Calvin B. 
Wells, Eddiceton; Peter K. Wlllemoes, Wiggins; Granville H. Williams, Bay St. Louis, Alvln R. Wright, Jackson; Charles C. Wright, Meridian; Howard Yawn, 
Fulton. 



KAPPA SIGMA DREAM GIRL 

You're my Kappa Sigma Dream Girl, 

Queen of my castles in Spain 
Brightest star that gleams 'neath the crescent; 

You're the rainbow that follows each rain 
Lovely Kappa Sigma Dream Girl 

Tell me, oh tell me that soon. 
Forsaking all others save Kappa Slg brothers. 

You'll be mine 'neath the Kappa Sig moon. 



Founded December 10, 1869, University of Vi 
founded October 2, 1926; Colors: Scarlet, Green 
the Valley; Song: Kappa Sigma Dream Girl. 



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First Row: William M. Abney, Orion D. Blanton, Jim B. 
Boler, James O. Boltz, Joe F. Bond, Joe Coley, Cecil R. 
Crook, Joseph R. Crook. 

Second Row: William T. Crouse, Frank L. Doerr, Bert 
Forman, Bruno Furini, Paul A. Gowen, George M. 
Gregory, William T. Hamilton. 

Third Row: Everette L. Harper, Joseph E. Harper, 
Edward Higginbotham, Garvin M. Hill, John J. Hill, 
Martin E. Hinman, Alfred K. Jackson, Louis F. Jackson. 



Fourth Row: Emmitt Jamison, David N. Jeffords, J. W. 
Jennings, James Johnson, O. Vernon Johnson, Luther R. 
Jones, Dailey A. King, John L. Kittle. 

Fifth Row: Charles D. McCool, James F. Nixon, Pete J. 
Nosser, John F. Rawls, Robert B. Reichard, Jeff W. Rish, 
John F. Sims. 

Sixth Row: William L. Sims, Burris O. Smith, Curtis 
Thompson, William Bert Thompson, Wilbur L. Todd, 
Thomas L. Triplett, S. L. Wallace, Joseph V. Wilson. 



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crash landed at Ole Miss In 1927 



Sims handles the wheel while Smith rides in the right seat . . . Willie Sims checks on the exchequer ... in the event that anything worth 
while is said, Jeffords jots it down . . . hiairline Harper (the local Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy) plays football, heads the "M" 
club, and sits in on ODK meetings . . . was elected to the Hall of Fame ... all deny acquaintance with Van Wilson . . . Hawkins fares 
poorly as the youthful entrepreneur . . . but manages to remain well within the Law School inner circle. OFFICERS: Shields Sims, Presiden 
Columbus; Burris O. Smith, Vice-President, Louisville; David N. Jeffords, Secretary, West Memphis, Ark.; William L. Sims, Jr., Treasure 
Columbus. MEMBERS: William M. Abney, Jr., Amory; Jim B. Boler, Avery; Robert B, Booz, McPherson, Kas.; James H. Breunlin, Sycamore 
III.; Frank L. Doerr, Butler, Pa.; Jackson D. Doty, Tupelo; Billy G. Flautt, Swan Lake; George M. Gregory, Robinsonville; Everett L. Harpe 
Moss Point; Armis A. Hawkins, Memphis, Tenn.; John J. Hill, Philadelphia, Pa; Emmitt Jamison, Pascagoula; David N. Jeffords, West Memphi: 
Ark.; Luther H. Jones, Memphis, Tenn.; Benjamin F. Mann, Holly Springs; Ralph E. Neunlist, Tunica; Joseph Lore, Greenwood; John F. S 
Sims, Columbus; William L. Sims, Jr., Columbus; Burris O. Smith, Louisville; William B. Thompson, Columbus; Curtis Thompson, Columb 
Thomas L. Triplett, Mashulavllle; Joseph V. Wilson, Jr., Lula; Kavanough P. Wood, Lena. PLEDGES: Robert Allen, Pascagoula; Louis F. Arm- 
strong, Plant City, Fla.; Orion D. Blanyon, Memphis, Tenn.; James O. Boltz, Wiggins; Joe F. Bond, Jackson; Barnie T. Bramlett, Oxford; Leo 
D. Breach, Webb; Joe G. Coley, Louisville; Robert Covington, Louisville; Joseph R. Crook, Vaiden; William T. Grouse, Columbus; William 
M. David, Forest City, Ark.; Bert Forman, Memphis, Tenn.; Bruno Furini, Jr., Lyon; Paul A. Gowan, Memphis, Tenn.; William T. Hamilton, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Thomas L. Hardee, Valdosta, Ga.; Joseph E. Harper, Moss Point; Edward Higginbothom, Stamps, Ark.; Garvin M. Hill, 
Louisville; John B. Hood, Jonestown; Louis F. Jackson, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Alfred K. Jackson, Memphis, Tenn.; J. W. Jennings, Tutwiler; 
James D. Johnson, Memphis, Tenn.; O. Vernon Johnson, Memphis, Tenn.; Robert T. Kell, Pascagoula; Dalley A. King, Lexington; John L. 
Kittle, Tunica; William S. Lawson, Memphis, Tenn.; Gene D. Lyne, Memphis, Tenn.; Ray V. Mosley, Memphis, Tenn.; Charles D. McCool, 
Louisville; James F. Nixon, Jr., Tishomingo; Pete J. Nosser, Jr., Vicksburg; Thomas R. Perry, Memphis, Tenn.; Louis V. Phlllppi, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Raymond B. Porter, Clarksdale; Charlew C. Rakestraw, Hickory Flat; Jewel W. Raullns, Memphis, Tenn.; John F. Rawls, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Robert B. Relchard, West Memphis, Ark.; Jeff W. Rish, Jr., Houston; Fletcher Rosenbaum, Meridian; Neil Rosenbaum, Meridian; David O. 
Smith, Atlanta, Ga.; Orrin W. Snyder, Memphis, Tenn.; Wilbur Lee TodJ, Oxford; S. L. Wallace, Memphis, Tenn.; James R. Yerger, Greenville. 



SWEETHEART OF ATO 



Lovely to see, precious to me 
With her eyes like the stars 
And our rose in her hair. 
No one can quite compare. 
When shadows try to hide us. 
Dreams will see us through. 
Though the years come and go. 
She'll be loyal I know, 
She's the sweetheart of ATO. 



Founded September II, I86B 

Ole Miss Delta Psi Chapter 1927 

Flowers: White tea rose 

Colors: Sky blue and gold 

Song: Sweetheart of ATO 



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First Row: Gilbert Alexander, William B. Alexander, 
Thad L. Andrews, Thonnas F. Badon, Kenneth Bowles, 
Phil O. Brock, James S. Brown, William G. Burgin, James 
T. Burrow. 

Second Row: Hugh V. Carr, Raymond S. Cox, John O. 
Dampeer, George R. Ellis, Taulbert J. Finch, Wayne A. 
Finger, William T. Freeman, Walter R. hiager, James C. 
Hayes. 

Third Row: Robert L. Herron, James P. Holloway, 
Gaston Hunter, Ted J. Ivey, Ranson B. Kirkland, John R. 
Laird, Steve C. Leist, William V. Lenoir. 



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Fourth Row: Edwin L. Lowry, Ruffin T. Lowry, Robert 
A. Mitchell, Richard Monaghan, Richard F. Mullett, Rob- 
ert H. Mullett, William L. Mullett, Herman C. Myers, 
Newton D. McLean. 

Fifth Row: Wesley P. McMurray, Robert L. Nichols, Joe 
N. PIgott, Albert N. Red, Robert R. Revere, Charles W. 
Robinson, Emmitt B. Rogers, Frank E. Shanahan, J. Denton 
Sims. 

Sixth Row: Ewell D. Singleton, Kirby Smith, George W. 
Stone, Harold E. Stone, Curtis Walden, John W. Weston, 
Joe T. Willingham, Earl R. Wilson, Robert E. Vest. 




FOR THE RECORD 



. brought here by a brainstorm In 
1927 . . . lately becanne known as "Mullett's Local" . . . Wi.linghann ventures forth the first Tuesday after each full 
moon . . . Burgin is the ex-BTO . . . Brock holds sway in Law School . . . Sherman finishes his tenth year in Engineernig 
School . . . other reflected rays from the "White Star" are Herron, Finger, and Alexander. OFFICERS: Richard F. 
Mullett, Commander; Robert L. hierron, Lt. Commander; Wayne A. Finger, Jr., Treasurer; William B. Alexander, Jr., 
Recorder. MEMBERS: J. Gilbert Alexander, Union; William B. Alexander, Jr., Boyle; Thad L. Andrews, Magnolia; 
Thoman F. Badon, Liberty; Kenneth Bowles, Jamestown, N. C; Phil O. Brock, McComb; William G. Burgin, Jr., Stark- 
ville; Gerald Carpenter, Memphis, Tenn.; Hugh V. Carr, Picayune; Raymond S. Cox, Jackson; John O. Dampeer, 
Summit; Cecil R. Dickerson, Indianola; Charles M. Fancher, Noxapater; Wayne A. Finger, Jr., Ripley; William T. 



Freeman, Waynesboro; Noble Germany, Union; James hi. Graham, luka; Walter R. 



age 



r, Meadvllle, Pa.; Robert L. 



Herron, Cleveland, O.; James P. Holloway, Brookhaven; Gaston T. Hunter, Union; John R. Laird, Union; William V. 
Lenoir, McComb; Ruffin T. Lowry, Jackson; Wesley P. McMurray, Paducah, Ky.; P. Richard Monaghan, Honesdale, 
Pa.; Richard F. Mullett, Quitman; Robert H. Mullett, Quitman; Sherman C. Myers, St. Joseph, Mo.; Joe N. Pigott, 
McComb; Robert R. Revere, McComb; Charles W. Robison, Oxford; Jesse E. Sampson, Thomasvllle, Ga.; Frank E. 
Shanhan, Vicksburg; Harold F. Sherman, McComb; Curtis J. Walden, Birmingham, Ala.; John M. Weston, Bay St. Louis; 
Joe T. Willingham, Vicksburg; Earl R. Wilson, Oxford. PLEDGES: James S. Brown, Memphis; James I, Burrow, Byhalia; 
Eugene R. Cran, Waynesboro; George R. Ellis, Waynesboro; Hal C. Foote, Quitman; Taulbert J. Finch, McComb; 
Fred Fulton, Union; James C. Hayes, Philadelphia; James Paul Hemley, Philadelphia; Ted J. Ivey, McComb; Joseph 
E. Johnson, Oxford; Ranson B. Kirkland, Waynesboro; Steve C. Leist, Vicksburg; William D. Lockwood, Summit; Edwin 
L. Lowry, Philadelphia; Newton D. McLean, Bassfield; Robert A. Mitchell, Walnut Grove; William L. Mullett, Quitman; 
Robert L. Nichols, Vicksburg; Albert N. Red, Union; Emmett B. Rogers, Vicksburg; John B. Rogers, McComb; J. Denton 
Sims, Charleston; Ewell D. Singleton, Gulfport; Klrby Smith, Batesvllle, Ark.; Richard L. Smith, Tupelo; George W. 
Stone, Glen Allen; Harold E. Stone, Gulfport; Joseph N. Talbert, Grenada; Robert E. Vest, McComb. 



WHITE ROSE OF SIGMA NU 

Like roses rare she's sweet and fair. 

There are none that with her can compare. 
To me it seems that heaven beams 

When she is In my dreams 
Round me her love is twining 

And my fond heart is pining 
For one I know whose love is true 

She's the White Rose of Sigma Nu. 



Founded January I, 1869 
Ole Miss Epsilon Xi Chapter May 23, 1927 
Fraternity Flower: The White Rose 
Fraternity Colors: Black, Gold, and White 
Fraternity Song: The White Star of Sigma Nu 



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First Row: James B. Abney, Andrew R. Addkison, Charles Alex- 
ander, Curtis Alexander, William Alexander, Dewitt Allred, Brannan 
Anderson, Bruce G. Austin, Carroll Ball, James Barnett, Jim C. 
Barnett. 

Second Row: David Bennett, Marion Bishop, Robert Bledsoe, Ellis 
Bodron, Thomas Boshert, William D. Brooks, James H. Cade, William 
Carnes, Billy Chapman, Harry Childress, Robert Childress. 
Third Row: Edmond Daly, Martin Davis, Robert Demilio, Alexander 
Dickson, Charles Dismukes, James F. Dismukes, Aaron Dominque, 
Thomas A. Doolittle, Mark Ethridge, Rowland Faust, Richard Fenger. 
Fourth Row: Cobb Gibbs, Dwayne Hale, Edward Harpole, Aubrey 
Harris, Carl Herrin, Lloyd Hood, Milton Hooper, Will Huggins, 
James Hughes, Joe Jennings, Sam Jennings. 

Ninth Row: Ralph Tierce, Robert Tompki 
Jimmy Welsh, Oscar Lane Williams, Rob 



Fifth Row: Robert Price Johnson, Waiter Jonribon, Anon Joseph, 

James R. Kilgore, Lee G. Kirk, Herbert J. Lee, Jimmy Littleton, 

William Lloyd, Eugene Lowe, J. Tillman Lyies, Alvin Maples. 

Sixth Row: Dellie A. Mardis, Shelby Mathls, Turley Meeks, Walter 

Meek, Charles R. Moore, John Mothershed, James Muskelly, Wesley 

Myers, S. Jay McDuffie, John M. McKeel, Walter R. Nelll. 

Seventh Row: Lewis Nobles, William D. Parker, Lynn Pitts, George 

A. Riley, Billy Robinson, Bill Rothrock, Ben Rush, Ellis Salloum, 

Robert Shannon, John U. Simmons, Robert Sloan. 

Eighth Row: Howard S. Smithson, Patrick Smith, Pierce A. 

J. C, Stone, William D. Swan, Fred H. Tate, Tommy Tayh 

Tedder, Richard Temple, W. B. Thelsman, George Tierce. 

James B. Trussell, 

G. Williams, Joe 



Stevens, 
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Wilson, Harry H. Work, George Worthen, Wilford E. Yarbough, 
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loundered to Ole Miss in 1927 



Worthen has the lead while Boyd understudies . . . Rothrock collects the dues as the brothers come through the door . . . Bodron, Johnson, 
and Meek (Turley, that is) swap potshots with the publications board . . . Barrett ran the grand race and got himself elected prexy of 
the ASB . . . thence to the Hall of Fame . . . Moore is responsible for the records . . . Meek (Buck, this time) dabbles in politics. 
OFFICERS: Martin Davis, President, Lucedale; William Lloyd, Vice-President, Cleveland; Charles Moore, Secretary, BIythevllle, Ark.; Bill Roth- 
rock, Treasurer, Memphis. MEMBERS: Curtis Barr Alexander, Montrose; P. C. Alexander, Bay Springs; Dewitt Allred, Collins; James Arden 
Bornett, Jackson; Ellis B. Bodron, Jr., Vicksburg; Carroll Ball, Montrose; David Bennett, Ripley; Jim Barnett, Lumbertown; Jack Center, Ful- 
ton; James Cade, Lexington; Robert Childress, Jackson; William Stanley Currie, Gulfport; William D. Brooks, Kosciusko; J. Frank Dismukes, 
Okolona; Foy Dismukes, Okolona; Robert L. Demilo, Lyon; Martin Davis, Lucedale; Alex Dickson, Jr., Greenwood; Robert Edwards, Jackson; 
Richard N. Fenger, Oxford; Tyrus C. Gibbs, Fulton; James F. hHughes, Oakland; Jimmy Howell, Oxford; Joe Haney, Gulfport; Buddy 
Huggins, Quitman; Dwayne L. Hale, New Albany; Robert Price Johnson, Ripley; Walter Johnson, Pelehatchia; Joe Jennings, Kosciusko; 
Sam Jennings, Kosciusko; Carl Herrin. Jr., Durant; Edward Harpole, Laurel; Eugene Lowe, Jr., Glendora; Calvin King, Durant; Alton Joseph, 
Vicksburg; J. C. Lee, Brooklyn; Jimmy Littleton, Tyro; Raiford Long, Ripley; William Lloyd, Cleveland; J. Tillman Lyie, Newton; John McKee, 
Jackson; Shelby Mathis, Jackson; Alvin Maples, Leaksville; Mellow Marascaico, Grenada; Turley Meek, Tyro; Walter Meek, Eupora; Charles 
R. Moore, BIytheville. Ark.; John Mothershed, Crenshaw; James Muskelly, Memphis; Lewis Nobles, Meridian; Carl L. Nance, Ripley; Lynn 
Pitts, Clarksdale; George A. Riley, Calhoun City; Billy Robinson, Fulton; Lynn T. Rose, Grenada; Benjamin M. Rush, Vaughan; Bill Rothrock, 
Memphis; Ellis Salloum, Gulfport; Robert Shannon, New Albany; Robert T. Sloan, Abbeville; Patrick Smith, Mendenhall; Jim C. Stone, 
Okolona; James Byrd Trussell, Grenada; Fred H. Tate, Jr., New Albany; Ralph W. Tierce, Sunflower; Tommy Taylor, Crenshaw; M. Howard 
Walton, Mt. Olive; Harold W. Weems, Shubuta; Jimmy Welsh, Philadelphia; Gordon Williams, Poplarville; Oscar Lane Williams, Laurel; 
George Worthen, Union; Joe Wilson, Clarksdale; Wilford E. Yarbrough, Indianola; Haran Young, Aberdeen. PLEDGES: Brannon J. Ander- 
son, Jr., Grenada; Bruce Green Austin, Tie Plant; Andrew Roy Addkinson, Jackson; Charles C. Alexander, Jr., Kosciusko; William H. Alex- 
ander, Bay Springs; James B. Abney, Montrose; Thomas Neville Boshert, Duncan; Marion Bishop, Shaw; Robert Eugene Bledsoe, Brooksville; 
William H. Carnes, Jr., Gulfport; Harry Childress, Sarartia; Edmond Jerome Daly, Philadelphia; Aaron P. Domigue, Memphis; Rowland W. 
Faust, Bobo; Lloyd S. Hood, Biloxi; Milton S. Hooper, Kosciusko; Robert N. Kittrell, Greenwood; James R. Kilgore, Etta; George R. Lambert, 
Amory; James Biles Lowe, Glendora; Erst Long, Jr., Ripley; Dellie Abner Mardis, Jr., Fayette; Wesley Robert Myers, Water Valley; William 
Dorsey Parket, Goodman; F. H. Poteet, Water Valley; Pierce Allen Stevens, Ang\jilla; John Urie Simmons, Gulfport; Howard Sterling Smith- 
son, Goodman; Bill Swain, Gulfport; Jerry Tedder, Memphis; George Tierce, Sunflower; W. B. Theisman, Jr., Grenada; Robert F. Tompkins, 
Memphis; Edgar N. Turnipseed, Grenada; Richard Temple, Lexington; Harry H. Work, Jr., New Albany. 



THE DREAM GIRL OF PI K.A. 

When the night-birds are singing their lovesong 

And you sit by the fire light and dream. 
There's the thought of a girl who puts your brain i 

For her eyes like the bright embers gleam: 
She is fair as the heavens above her, 

She is to the trust she bears, 
For tho' she Is far a-way. 

She'll be yours some sweet day. 
She's the Dream-Girl of Pi K. A. 



Founded March I, 1868; Ole Miss Gamma lota Chapter May 27, 
1927; Colors: Garnet and Old Gold; Flowers; Lily of the Valley; 
Song: Dream Girl of Pi K A 

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PirsI Rowt Vance Baucum, Floyd Bishop, James Bynum, Richard Eugene 
Caldwell, Roscoe Carty, John Case. 

Second Row: Wllllann Condon, Jannes Dabney, Charles Farrls, Henry 
Harwell, Gerald Jacobs. 

Third Row: John Maugh, Harold Melvin, Angus McBryde, Claude Mc- 
Bryde, Robert McCoy, Jack Parker. 

Four+h Row: William Petlgo, John Sorrell, David Toler, James Wenzell, 
W. D. Womack. 




FOR THE UECORD . . . started off with a bang In 1901 
. . . sputtered In here around 1928 (the crash came the next year) . . . Gerald Jacobs manages the club . . . and Glly 
Is bouncer . . . McBryde Is the stick man who pays off bad debts . . . Vance Baucum writes out receipts . . . they mix 
purple with dark red with a surprisingly pleasing result . . . Carty remains the man-about-the-campus. OFFICERS: Gerald 
Jacobs, President, Vlcksburg; L. A. Glly, Vice-President, Laurel; Vance Baucum, Secretary, Laurel; C. Milton McBryde, 
Comptroller, Sumrall; Charles Farrls, Pledge Master, Leiand; William James Condon, Historian, Leiand. ACTIVES: 
Vance Baucum, Lauren; Allen Bodron, Vlcksburg; William James Condon, Leiand; Charles Farrls, Leiand; L. A. Glly, 
Laurel; Gerald Jacobs, Vlcksburg; C. Milton McBryde, Sumrall; tHarold Melvin, Laurel; Jack SIsloff Parker, Sumrall; 
Charlton Vincent, Belzonl. PLEDGES: James Bynum, Boonevllle; Loren Cantrell, Memphis, Tenn.; John Case, Brookhaven; 
James Dabney, hiernando; T. D. Farrls, Vlcksburg; hiarland Grafton, hlughes, Ark.; hienry Harwell, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Robert McCoy, Belzonl; John Maugh, Leiand; Roy Nichols, Belzonl; Jack Odom, Columbus; William Petigo, Leiand; 
Johnny Sorrell, Belzonl; David Tolar, Vlcksburg; James V. Wentzell, Blloxi; Wade Cagle, Memphis, Tenn.; Virgil James, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Floyd Bishop, Laurel; James Thorp, Silver City. 



ANTHEM 

Dear old fraternity 

All my life through 

I'll love and cherish 

The mem'ry of you 

Should harm betide me 

Thou e're will guide me, 

Sig-ma, dear Slg-ma Phi Epsllon true. 



Founded November I, 1901 

Ole Miss Alpha Chapter founded June 2, 1928 

Fraternity Colors: Purple and Dark Red 

Fraternity Flowers: American Beauty Roses and Violets 






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First Row: Irvin Bernstein, Seymore Bernstein, Robert Covens, Charles 
O. Friednnan. 



Second Row: Melvin M. Kraus, Louis Gritz, Robert I.. Marcus, Leonard 
Kline, Max Weiner. 





FOH THE HECORn . . . established 1904 .. . blew 
in at our State U. in 1935 . . . Mooch Marcus is the wheel . . . has a hand in every activity involving 
noise and crowds . . . Killer Kline holds his own in Law School . . . Covens transferred from Millsaps 
(though rumor hath it that the transfer was from another State supported Institution located at Whit- 
field) . . . Charlie Marcus aspires to legal life in the Windy City. OFFICERS: Max Weiner, Superior; 
Bernard Lapides, Vice-Superior; Charles Friedman, Secretary and Treasurer; Louis Gritz, Chaplain. 
MEMBERS: Charles O. Friedman, Jonestown; Louis Gritz, luka; Leonard Kline, Anguilla; Melvin M. 
Kraus, Belzoni; Bernard Lapides, Hernando; Roberl" Louis Marcus, Jonestown; Max Weiner, Helena, 
Ark. PLEDGES: Seymore Bernstein, Oxford; Irvin Bsrnstein, Memphis, Tenn.; Robert Conins, Crystal 
Springs. 

PHI EP DREAM GIRL SONG 

Every college has its coed fair. 

Every town its village belle, 
Who has won acclaim and widespread fame 

By her charm and her wit as well. 
Every fellow on this earth of ours 

Has some girl as his ideal, 
Tho it only seems that she comes In his dreams 

Yet this mythical dream girls is real. 

CHORUS: 

She's the girl who has stolen the dew for her eyes. 

She has taken the sun for her smile. 
She has borrowed the tones of the nightingale's 
song 

Just to hold one entranced all the while. 
She has hair just as fair as the flowers in Mav, 

And her loveliness never will die. 
Her nature is sweet as all nature itself, 

She's the dream girl of Phi Ep Pi. 



Founded Nov. 23, 1904 

Ole Miss Alpha Sigma Chapter founded 
Feb. 16, 1935 

Flower: White Carnation 

Colors: Purple and Gold 

Song: Dream Girl of Phi Epsilon Pi 



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NED GOTTHELF EVERETTE HARPER ROBERT G. NICHOLS GRIFFIN NORQUIST OWEN T. PALMER DOUGLAS G. STONE 



OMICRON DELTA 

KA D D il Omicron Delta Kappa is a National Honorary 
-^ -^ -^ -^ Fraternity for men widely represented in 
leading American Colleges and Universities. Its threefold purpose is: 
to recognize men who have attained a high standard o-f- efficiency in 
college acrhivities; to bring together the most representative men in 
all phases of college life; and to assemble members of -ihe faculty and 
student body of the college on a basis of mutual interest and under- 
standing. Members are selected twice each year on the basis of un- 
usual leadership, ability, and general character. 






MORTAR R A R D 

Membership in Mortar Board, national honorary society for Senior 
wonnen, established at the University of Mississippi in 1943, is one of 
the highest honors that can come to an Ole Miss co-ed. Selection into 
Mortar Board Is based on outstanding personality, ability, scholarship, 
and leadership on the campus. 

MEMBERS OF MORTAR BOARD 

ANN BOGARD DOT DAY DOT SYMONDS 



DOT DAY 
LILLIAN PREWITT 



WILLIAM G. BURGIN GUY D. CAMPBELL 

NOAH S. SWEAT, JR. WILLIAM F. WINTER 




MEMBERS OF OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 



PRESTON P. BENNETT 
SAMUEL E. BIRDSONG 
WILLIAM H. BIZZELL 
ELILS B. BODRON 
ROBERT A. BONDS 
THOMAS D. BOURDEAUX 



WALTER E. BULLOCK 
WILLIAM G. BURGIN 
GUY D. CAMPBELL 
ROBERT D. GAGE 
NED GOTTHELF 
EVERETTE HARPER 



ROBERT G. NICHOLS 
GRIFFIN NORQUIST 
OWEN T. PALMER 
DOUGLAS C. STONE 
NOAH S. SWEAT 
WILLIAM F. WINTER 




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Pi Kappa Pi, an organization that upholds high Ideals in scholastic work, is compara- 
tively new on the Ole Miss cannpus. Membership In Pi Kappa PI is one of the two 
highest scholastic honors that may be attained at the University. The main require- 
ment for membership Is a seventy per cent average of A's for two consecutive years. 



OFFICERS 



PAUL NEWTON 




President 


FRANCES ESTES 




Vice-President 


BILL BAGGETT 




Secretary 


JOHN ETHERIDGE 




Treasurer 




MEMBERS 




Finley Belcher 


Guy Campbell 


Lewis Nobles 


Robert Bobo 


Jay D. Cohen 


Owen Palmer 


hloward Brown 


John Etheridqe 


Sybil Parker 


William Burgin 


Cliff Maxwell 


Joyce B Watson 



First Row: 

Billy Baggett 
Finley Belcher 
Robert Bobo, Jr. 
tHoward Brown 
William Garner Burgir 
Guy D. Campbell 

Second Row: 

Jay D. Cohen 
Frances Estes 
John Etherldge 

Third Row: 

Clifton Maxwell 
Paul Newton 
William Lewis Nobles 
Owen Palmer 




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Phi Eta Sigma, national honorary scholastic fraternity for freshmen, has as its purpose 
the forwarding of scholarly ideals and achievements among freshman men. To attain 
membership in this organization it is necessary for the student to have not less than 
a 2.5 average in his first year of college work. Though selected in their freshman 
year the members remain active throughout their four college years. 





OFFICERS 




ROBERT A. BONDS 


President 


EVERETTE HARPER 


Secretary 


CLIFTON MAXWELL , . . 


Vice-President 


BILLY BAGGETT . 


Treasure 




MEMBERS 




Thad Andrews 


Kirby Day 


Bill Luckett 


Clarence E. Morgan. Jr. 


James S. Attaya 


Martin Davis 


Clifton Maxwell 


Robert T. Riser 


Bill Baggett 


Charles Foy Dismuskes 


Harold W. Melvin 


Sidney Robinson, Jr. 


William W. Barnard 


John Fthridge 


Thomas Owen Metcalfe 


Tom B. Scott 


Eugene Belcher 


Theodore G. Elchos 


Griffin Norquist 


James F. Shumate, Jr. 


Edward Skinner Birchett 


Frank Ratlitf Fortenberry 


Jase Owen Norsworthy 


Burris O. Smith 


Ellis Podron 


Bruno FurinI 


Owen Palmer 


Joseph Stevens 


Robert A. Bonds 


Suy Gillespie 


George TIndall 


Jack Stuart 


Lloyd Bridqers 


Ned Gotthelf 


Joel Philip Walker 


John C. Sullivan 


Charles A. Calvert 


Jeff Hamm 


Richard G. Walls Jr. 


John S. Throop 


Clarence Castle 


E. L. "Mush" Hardin 


Calvin Lowell Wells 


Earl R. Wilson 


Suy D. Campbell 


Everette Harper 


William 0. McKee 


Joseph V. V/Ilson 


Arthur Burton Gusty 


Ernest McClain Jones 


Edmund Montgomery 
Malcolm B. Montgomery 


Claude J. Woodward 



First Row: Thad Andrews. Bill Baqgeft, Wil- 
liam Barnard, Edward Birchett, Ellis Bodron, 
Robert A. Bonds, Lloyd Bridgers, Charles 
A. Calvert, Guy D. Campbell, Clarence 
Castle, Arthur Burton Custy. 

Second Row: Martin Davis, KIrby Day, 
Charles DIsmukes, Theodore George Elchos, 
John Ethrldge, Frank Ratllff Fortenberry, 
Bruno Furlnl, Guy Gillespie, Ned Gotthelf, 
Jeff Hamm, Earnest Lee Hardin. 

Third Row: Everette Harper, Bill Luckett, 
Clifton Maxwell, Harold W. Melvin, Griffin 
Norquist, Jase Owen Norsworthy, Owen 
Palmer, George Tindall, Joel Philip Walker. 
Richard G. Walls, Jr., Calvin Wells. 




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CWENS is composed of sophomore women selected on a basis of scholarship, their 
ability as leaders, and active participation in campus activities. The purpose of 
CWENS Is to promote scholarship and leadership among sophomore co-eds and to 
render service to the University. 

OFFICERS 

ELEANOR KNEE President 

MARY ELIZABETH GATES Vice-President 

RUTH SPIVEY Secretary 

LYDY BECKER Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Lydy Becker Charm Crum Dot Mooney 

Mary Frances Buntin Julie Davis Ruth Spivey 

Mary Elizabeth Cates Eleanor Knee Claire Wells 



First Row: 

Lydia Beth Becker 
Mary Frances Buntin 
Mary Elizabeth Cates 
Charm Crum 

Second Row: 

Julie Peyton Davis 
Eleanor Henson Knee 
Dorothy Mooney 
Ruthie Spivey 
Kathryn Claire Wells 




ORGANIZATIONS 



PII 



Pix is an honorary inter-sorority secret society. Its purpose is to recognize outstanding 
members of each of the sororities at the University, and to foster congeniality and 
genuine friendship between the various Greek letter organizations. 



MEMBERS 



CHARLOTTE GEE Chi Omega 

BETTYE McGEHEE Chi Omega 

JANIE GAY STEELE Chi Omega 

SUZETTE TOWNSEND Chi Omega 

DOT DAY Delta Delta Delta 

MARY ANN RIVERS Delta Delta Delta 

MARIE ANN SPIVEY . . . Delta Delta Delta 
ANN FAIRLY WILSON . . . Delta Delta Delta 
MARY MAUD BIRMINGHAM Delta Gamma 

INEZ DENTON Delta Gamma 

EDITH SCOTT Delta Gamma 

EMILY ANN BICKERSTAFF .... Delta Zeta 



BILLIE JOHNSON Delta Zeta 

LYNNA MOONEY Delta Zeta 

MARGARET BANNING .... Kappa Delta 

JERRIE COLDRIN Kappa Delta 

LILLIAN PREWITT Kappa Delta 

PAT LAND Kappa Kappa Gamma 

SARA AYCOCK Phi Mu 

GLADYS CUNNINGHAM Phi Mu 

MARY O. LIDDELL Phi Mu 

KATHRYN BARR Zeta Tau Alpha 

PAULA HAMMOND .... Zeta Tau Alpha 



Flrsi Row: Sarah Aycock, Margaret Ban- 
ning, Kathryn Barr, Emily Ann Bickerstaff, 
Mary Maud Birmingham, Jerre Coldren, 
Gladys Cunningham. 

Second Row: Dot Day, Inez Denton, Char- 
lotte Gee, Paula Hammond, Pat Land, Mary 
Liddell. 

Third Row: Betty McGehee, Lillian Prewitt, 
Edith Scott, Marie Ann Spivey, Janie Steele, 
Suzette Townsend, Ann Wilson. 



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This organization ainns to promote higher standards of living and learning, and to 
encourage superior scholastic attainment among freshmen women. 





OFFICERS 








ELEANOR KNEE 








. . . President 












RUTHIE SPIVEY 




















MARTHA SUE DRAPER 








Reporter 




MEMBERS 








Jacquelin Bowen 


Eleanor Knee 


Helenc 


Magruder 


Martha Sue Draper 


Sara LeMaster 


Georg 


ane 


Pitchford 


Ann Griffeth 


PLEDGES 


Ruthie 


Spi 


vey 


Eleanor Allen 


Lucy Magee 


Pat Re 


Illy 




Billy Jean French 




Watis 


Sum 


mers 



First Row 




Eleanor 


Allen 


Jackque 


lene Bowen 


Martha 


Sue Draper 


Anna L 


ou Griffith 


Eleanor 


Knee 


Second Row: 


Sara Le 


Master 


Helena 


C. Magruder 


Georgianne Pitchford 


Pat Rel 


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Ruth Miller Spivey 




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The Veterans Organization is the official spokesman for all veterans at the University. 
Its purpose is to unite the veterans of World War II for the promotion of fellowship, 
scholarship, and student leadership. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN President 

W. E. MclNTYRE, JR Vice-President 

L. D. TURNER Secretary 

JACK S. PARKER Treasurer 

JOEL CULLUM Publicity Officer 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

Joy Bell C. M. McBryde Ton Scott 

R. E. Bledsoe F. W. Stratton 




First Row: 

R, E. Bledsoe 
Joel Cullum 
William S. Grlffl 
C. M. McBryde 

Second Row: 

W, E. Mclntyre, 
Jack S. Parker 
Tom Scott 
L. D. Turner 



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Firsf Row: Philip Adams, Thomas Badon, 
Samuel Birdsong, William Burgin, Lampkin 
Butts. William D. Coleman, Donald Cooley, 
James Crigler, Philip L. Cunningham, Joe 
Dale, Mark E. Ethridge. 

Second Row: Uriah G. Flowers, Benton 
Gibbs, Ned Gotthelf, Reginald Gray, David 
Gross, Armis E. Hawkins, Rowland W. 
Heidelburg, Harry Hoffman, William J. 
Huff, Charles Jacobs, Lee G. Kirk. 

Third Row: Roger Landrum, Edward F. 
McDowell, Robert H. McFarland, Pelham 
McMurry, Samuel G. Norquist, Ben Owen, 
Owen Palmer, John R. Poole, George J. 
Schweizer, James L. Tyson, Douglas White. 



Phi Delta Phi is an international honorary legal fraternity having for its aim the 
maintenance and continual improvement of the high standards of the legal pro- 
fession. Members are selected from those students who have displayed the highest 
qualities of scholarship and character in their legal training. One of the activities of 
the fraternity is bringing to the campus outstanding members of the Bench and Bar 
of Mississippi to speak to the students of the School of Law. 



OFFICERS 



GEORGE J. SCHWEIZER. JR Maglster 

ROGER G. LANDRUM Exchequer 



HARRY O. HOFFMAN Clerk 

WESLEY PELHAM McMURRY Historian 



Philip Gerald Adams 
Virgil C. Adams, Jr. 
Thomas F. Badon 
Samuel Ernest Birdsong. Jr 
William Hardy BIzzell 
William Bunkley, Jr. 
William Garner Burgin, Jr. 
Lampkin Herbert Butts 
William DeWItt Coleman 
Donald Carlos Cooley 
James Carpenter Crigler 
Alfred Nlcols Crisler 
Philip Lawrence Cunnlngha 
Joe Dale 



MEMBERS 

Mark Emerson Ethridge 
Uriah Grey Flowers, Jr. 
Robert Gage 
Crawford Denton Gibbs 
Ned Gotthelf 
Reginald A. Gray, Jr. 
David Bryon Gross 
ArmIs Eugene Hawkins 
Rowland W. Heidelberg. Jr. 
Harry O. Hoffman 
William Jennings Huff 
Charles Clark Jacobs, Jr. 
Lee Gibbs Kirk 
Roger C. Landrum 
Edward Franklin McDowell 



Robert Harrison McFarland 
Charles Lee McGlohn 
Wesley Pelham McMurry 
Robert N. McNutt 
Joshua Marlon Morse, III 
Samuel Griffin Norquist 
Ben Owen 
Owen Palmer 
John Riley Poole 
Robert P. Roberts, Jr. 
George J. Schweizer, Jr. 
John S. Therell. Jr. 
James Longstreet Tyson, Jr. 
Douglas Knor White 






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A national honorary legal fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta has as its purposes the promo- 
tion of fellowship and the fostering of the highest ideals of the legal profession. 
Those students in the School of Law who have attained the requisite scholastic and 
character qualifications are eligible for consideration as members. The local chapter 
is named for one of Mississippi's outstanding statesmen, L. Q. C. Lamar, and was 
established in 1929. 

OFFICERS 

JOHN S. THROOP, JR Justice 

CLAUDE J. WOODWARD Vice-Justice 

JAMES F. SHUMATE, JR Clerk 

WILLIAM B. LLOYD Treasurer 

HARVEY HENDERSON Marshall 



Stephen E. Allen 
Robert B. Booz 
Phil O. Brock 
Walter Bullock 
Ramond Burgess 
O. Winston Cameror 
Raymond S. Cox 
William E. Cresswell 
James S. Dale 
John Frazier 
Benjamin S. Hardy 



MEMBERS 

Harvey Hendersc 
Chatwin Jackson 



Will 
Will 
Will 
Will 



am H. Johnson 
am B. Lloyd 
am E. Mclntyre 
am Q. McKee 
Edmund Montgomery 
Malcolm B. Montgome 
Clarence E. Morgan, Jr 
Robert T. Riser 
Sidney Robinson, Jr. 



Tom B. Scott 
James F. Shumate, Jr. 
Burris O. Smith 
Joseph Stevens 
Jack Stuart 
John C. Sullivan 
John S. Throop 
Earl R. Wilson 
Joseph V. Wilson 
Claude J. Woodward 



First Row: Stephen E. Allen, Phil O. Brock, 
Walter Bullock, Ramon Burgess, O. Winston 
Cameron, Raymond S. Cox, William E. 
Cresswell, James S. Dale, John Frazier. 

Second Row: Benjamin S. Hardy, Harvey 
Henderson, William B. Lloyd, William E. 
Mclntyre, Jr., William Q. McKee, Edmund 
Montgomery, Malcolm B. Montgomery, 
Clarence E. Morgan, Robert T. Riser. 

Third Row: Sidney Robinson, Jr., Tom B. 
Scott, James F. Shumate, Jr., Burris O. 
Smith, Jack Stuart, John S. Throop, Earl A. 
Wilson, Joseph V. Wilson, Claud J. Wood- 
ward. 




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Firsf Row: Glenn D. Balrd, Jim C. Barnett, 
Emil M. Baumhauer, Richard E. Caldwell, 
W. E. Caldwell, Wilson C. Calvert, Guy D. 
Campbell, George D. Copeland, William 
V. Crosby, John D. Damper, George Earl 



Hugh Lee Gowan, Aubrey R. 



Emn 
Harris. 

Second Row: Luie C. Henry, George W 
Herring, Martes E. Hinman, Robert L 
Lambrlght, Robert Lee Moore, Sherman C 
Myers, Jack B. McConnell, S. Jay McDuffie 
Millard F. McKeel, William C. McQuInn 
E. A. McVey, Walter R. Nelll, Jefferson W 
Pdsley. 

Third Row: Paul T. Ray, Hugh S. Rayner, 
Ralph W.- Rea, Jack L. Senter, Michael E. 
Shaheen, William H. Simmons, Thomas L. 
Sweat, Jack B. TInsley, Lee H. Trapp, Ray- 
mond E. Turman, Eugene J. Thomas, Charles 
H. Whitaker, Talmadge Y. Wlllford. 



Phi Chi is a medical fraternity whose membership is chosen from the incoming Fresh- 
man Class for intelligence and interest in the study of medicine. The fraternity 
promotes a spirit of fellowship among the students of Medical Colleges. 

OFFICERS 

T. L. SWEAT Presiding Senior 

JACK L. CENTER Presiding Junior 

GEORGE D. COPELAND Secretary 

RALPH W. REA Treasurer 



Glenn D. Balrd 
Jim C. Barnett 
Richard E. Caldwell 
Guy D. Campbell 
Jack L. Center 
George D. Copeland 
William V. Crosby 
Aubrey R. Harris 



EmIl M. Baumhauer 
Wilson C. Calvert 
W. D. Coldwell 
John D. Dampeer 
George Earl Emmett 



MEMBERS 

Martes E. Hinman 
Robert Lee Moore 
Sherman C. Myers 
S. Jay McDuffie 
Millard F. McKeel 
William C. McQuinn 
Jefferson W. Paslay 



PLEDGES 

Hugh Lee Gowan 
Lule C. Henry 
George W. Herring 
Robert L. Lambrlght 



Paul T. Ray 
Michael E. Saheen 
William H. Simmons 
Eugene J. Thomas 
Jack B. TInsley 
Lee H. Trapp 
Raymond E. Turman 



E. A. McVey 
Walter R. Neill 
Hugh S. Rayner 
Charles H. Whitaker 
Talmadge Y. Wllllford 




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)f this organization is to learn the art of public speech in all 



MEMBERS 

E. Lee McCar+y 



William M. Campbell E. Lee McCar+y John R. Poole 

David Halbrook Dale McKibbon Lawrence Poropatlch 

Dorothy ttogan Brinkley Morton Robert Sublette 

Jesse Boyce Holleman George Thatcher 
DEBATE SCHEDULE 

November 15 All-Southern Debate Tournament, Atlanta, Georgia (Second Place) 

December 6 Seventh Annual Millsaps Tournament Jackson Mississippi 

January 18 Ois Miss TKA Tournament, Oxford, Mississippi (First Place) 

February 14 Az-ilea Debate Tournament, Mobile, Alabama (First Place) 

March 7 17th Annual Savage Forensic, Durant, Oklahoma 

March 28 Southwestern Round-Robin, Memphis. Tennessee 

April 8 Tournamenf, Southern Speech Association, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

The debating teams, because of the outstanding record of the ranking senior team (24 wins, 8 losses, I tie) 
have been chosen by a committee of southern debate coaches to represent the southeast in the First National 
Debate Tournament at West Point, N. Y. A total of seventy-six intercollegiate debates has been reached. 

During the season, the teams have participated in competition with fifty-five universities and colleges from 
fourteen states, listed as follows: 

Alabama: Spring Hill, Auburn, University of Alabama, Alabama College for Women. 

Arkansas: Ouachita, Harding, Henderson State, University of Arkansas, College of Ozarks Arkansas State 
Florida: University of Florida, Florida Southern, University of Miami. 
Georgia: Agnes Scott, Mercer, North Georgia, Emory, Georgia Tech. 
Iowa: Simpson. 

Kentucky: Ursiline, Georgetown, Centre, Murray Staie. 

Louisiana: Centenary, Louisiana College, Louisiana Tech, L. S. U., Tulane, Northwestern State, Southwestern State. 
Mississippi: Millsaps, Mississippi College, Mississippi Southern M S. C W. 
Missouri: Drury, Springfield. 

Oklahoma: Oklahoma City University, Southwestern. 
South Carolina: University of South Carolina. 

Tennessee: Southwestern, Johnson Bible, David Lipscomb, University of South, Middle Tennessee State. 
Texas: St. Mary's, Abilene Christian, Baylor, Texas Tech, Southwest Texas Sam Houston S M U Southwestern 

State. ' . ■ . ■ 

Virginia: Randolph-Macon. 




First Row: 

William Campbell 
David Halbrook 
Jess Boyce Hollema 
Brinkely Morton 
E. Lee McCarty 

Second Row: 

Lav/rence Poropaticf 
John Riley Poole 
' Robert Sublette 
George Thatcher 



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First Row: Finley Belcher, Robert Bonds, 
Roscoe Carty, Jr., Dudley B. Glower, 
Maurice Davidson, Martin Davis, John Rich- 
ard Early, Robert Byron Ellis, John Etheridge, 
Wayne Fenger, James Fox. 

Second Row: Kenneth Irvin Franks, Grisham 
Lowell, Arnold Hannmond, John Jones, Wil- 
liam Jones, Franklin Edwin Moak, Robert H. 
Mullett, Fred Norwood, Joe Pigott, H. M. 
Ray, James Robertson. 

Third Row: Ellis Salloum, Frank Shanahan, 
Vincent Shannon, Jr., Carl W. Short, Banks 
E. Smith, James S. Stuart, N. S. Sweatt, 
Stanford Terry, Thomas Turnipseed, O. B. 
Walton, Jr., John Weston. 



ALPHA PHI CHAPTER 

Delta Sigma Pi Is a professional commerce and business administration fraternity 
organized to foster the study of business in universities. Further aims are to encourage 
scholarship and association of students for mutual advancement by research and 
by practice. 

OFFICERS 

FRANK MOAK President ARNOLD HAMMOND Secretary 

N. S. SWEAT First Vice-President H. M. RAY Treasurer 

ROBERT BONDS .... Second Vice-President W. L. WALLER Pledge Master 

MEMBERS 

Robert Bonds John Etheridge Carl Short 

Finley Belcher Arnold Hammond N. S. Sweat 

Roscoe Carty Frank Moak Stanford Terry 

Jimmie Christenberry H. M. Ray W. L. Waller 

Maurice Davidson Frank Shanahan Harold Weems 

Johnny Early Earl Shannon John Weston 

PLEDGES 

Dudley Glower Kenneth Franks Thomas Metcalfe Banks E. Smith 

Overton Currie James Fox Robert H. Mullett George Street 

Martin Davis Lowell Grisham Fred Norwood James Stuart 

Robert Ellis John Jones Joe Pigott Thomas Turnipseed 

Wayne A. Finger W. E. Jones James Robertson O. B. Walton, Jr. 

John McLendon Ellis Salloum 



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The American Society of Civil Engineers is the nation's oldest and highest ranking 
national engineering society. Its purposes are to advance engineering and archi- 
tectural knowledge and practice and to maintain a high professional standard among 
its members. The rigid qualifications maintained for entrance into Its ranks insure 
the preservation of the highest possible professional standards for public service 
by the engineering profession. 

OFFICERS 

GEORGE JAMES LITTLETON . . . President ORVILLE SMITH BEARD Secretary 

RALPH E. BRADLEY Vice-President THOMAS JEFFERSON ADAMS . . . Treasurer 

RALPH M. GARRARD . Program Chairman 



Charles Walter Adams 
Thomas Jefferson Ade 
Bruce Green Austin 
Jack Clint Barrett 
Orville Smith Beard 
Mary M. Bell 
Frank A. Belllna 
Reuben Boyett 
Ralph E. Bradley 
John Brlnson 
William Dean Buntin 
Robert Cody 



MEMBERS 



David Chapman 
Harry P. Collins 
Kirby Crawford 
Charles Dean 
James Dismukes 
William P. Elledge 
Thomas E. Foshee 
Phillip H. Gallowav 
Ralph M. Garrard 
Edward Hamric 
Leroy Henry 



John Joseph Hill 
James Braxton Howell 
Leiand Hume, Jr. 
Edward Humphrey 
John A. Johnson 
Elmer V. Lammons - 
William F. Lewis 
George J. Littleton 
William G. Marquis 
George A. McLean 
Rudolph McRee 



William T. McNutt 
Sidney E. Mitchell 
William L. Mullett 
Ervln E. Nelson 
Marvin E. Oakes 
Thomas R. Perry 
James G. Putman 
Barton W. Ratliff 
Harold Sherman 
George W. Stone 
Clarence V. Taylor 



First Row: Charles Walter Adams, Thomas 
Jefferson Adams, Bruce Green Austin, Mary 
Minneola Bell, Frank A. Bellina, Ralph E. 
Bradley, John Roy Brlnson, William Dean 
Buntin, David C. Chapman. 

Second Row: Charles Dean, James Frank 
Dismukes, Philip H. Galloway, Ralph Milton 
Garrard, Edward Hamric, Leroy Henry, 
Leiand Hume, Jr., Edward Humphrey, John 
A. Johnson, Elmer Vivien Lammons, Jr. 

Third Row: William F. Lewis, George 
James Littleton, George A. McLean, Ru- 
dolph McRee, William L. Mullet, Ervin E. 
Nelson, Marvin E. Oakes, Barton W. Ratliff, 
Georae W. Stone, Clarence V. Taylor. 




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"Hey Frosh! Pep Rally tonight at eleven. Be there or else." With these words the 
member of the Cardinal Club moves on to collar another freshman. 

The Cardinal Club, a sophomore service organization at Ole Miss, was organized 
on the campus in 1927, and has as its primary purpose the entertainment of visiting 
athletic teams. 

The Club, famous as the Freshman disciplinary committee, supervises the building 
of the annual hlome Coming bonfire, sponsors the annual Outstanding Freshman 
Award, and helps to instill within freshmen students enthusiastic Ole Miss spirit and 
a love of Ole Miss tradlt'on. 

The membership of the Cardinal Club consists of sophomore men; one from each 
of the social fraternities and two from the student body at large. The president is 
selected from the preceding year's Club and Is a member of the Junior Class. 

Each year the members of the Club select for their sponsor an attractive and 
popular sophomore coed; this year honoring Miss Penny hHardaway. 




ORGANIZATIONS 




OFFICERS 

JOHN MOTHERSHED President 

BOB GARDNER Vice-President 

JIMMY STRIBLING Secretary 

PENNY HARDAWAY Sponsor 

MEMBERS 

HUBERT ARMSTRONG Kappa Alpha 

BILL BEANLAND Delta Psi 

JIM BOLER Alpha Tau Omega 

BUD BULLOCK Kappa Sigma 

GENE DARBY Beta Theta Pi 

CHARLES FARMER Student Body 

CHARLES FRIEDMAN Phi Epsilon Pi 

BOB GARDNER Delta Kappa Epsilon 

S. R. GIBSON Student Body 

L. A. GILLY Sigma Phi Epsilon 

DWAYNE HALE Pi Kappa Alpha 

ARNOLD HAMMOND P^' Kappa Psi 

GASTON HUNTER Sigma Nu 

FRED JOHNSON Sigma Chi 

LAUCH McGRUDER Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

JOHN MOTHERSHED PI Kappa Alpha 

R. E. STAPLETON .1 Student Body 

JACK STOLPA Student Body 

JINNY STRIBLING P^i' Delta Theta 

PENNY HARDAWAY Sponsor, Delta Delta Dslta 



ORGANIZATIONS 



First Row: Ann Bogard, Margaret Ann 
Bowen, Caroline Sissell, Doris Johns, Betty 
Duncan. 

Second Row: Pat Fergerson, Laura John- 
son, Aline Liles, Nina Murphee. 

Third Row: Lillian Prewitt, Caroline Rob- 
ertson, Virginia Faye Saucier, Edith Scott, 

Dot Symonds. 

Fourth Row: Doris Tyson, Virginia Bell 

Walton, Pattye Sue Williams, Dot Young. 



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Sigma Alpha lota is a national honor fraternity for women. It upholds the highest 
musical standards and ideals. Membership is confined to graduate and undergraduate 
music students who meet the fraternity musical requirements and ate recommended 
by the music faculty. Alpha Omega Chapter has been on the campus since 1939. 

OFFICERS 

LILLIAN PREWITT President 

PATTYE SUE WILLIAMS Vice-President 

EDITH NEILE SCOTT Secretary 

DOROTHY YOUNG Treasurer 

ANN BOGARD Serqeant-at-Arms 

DOT SYMONDS Chaplain 

MEMBERS 

Ann Bogard Edith Scott Pattye Sue Williams 

Lillian Prewitt Dot Symonds Dot Young 

PLEDGES 

Kate Alford Doris Johns Caroline Robertson 

Doris Aired Lura Johnson Faye Saucier 

Maraaret Ann Bowen Aline Liles Caroline Sissell 

Betty Duncan Nina Murphree Doris Tyson 

Pat Fergerson Hope Myers Virginia Bell Walton 




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First Row: Margaret Banning, Dot Barranco 
Emily Ann Bickerstaff, Lillian Blanks, Elinor Jo 
Bogard. Betty Braun, Mary Frances Buntin, Pat 
Burrow. Mary Elizabeth Gates. 

Second Row: Ruth Covington, Alice Critj, Charm 
Crum, Dot Day, Frances Stuart, Jonnie Fay 
Home, Joan Johnson, Kitty Kinton. 

Third Row: Betty Latta, Cecilia Lewis, Jean 
Elise Lott, Jean Luckett, Frances Mahoney. Mary 
E'eanor McGehee, Sydney Casteel O'Caln. Thelma 
Ann Pearson, Loes Ann Pegrim. 

Fourth Row: Lynn Reid, Alecia Rollins, Rosemary 
Rollins, Margaret Rust, Jane Scruggs, Nanette 
Shipp, Bowe Simmons, Elizabeth Smith. 

Fifth Row: Suzette Townsend, Ann Turley. Mar- 
garet Walters, Laura Nell Williams, Frances 
Wilson, Wanda Wilson, Rosalie Witty, Jeanne 
Woods. Derry Young. 



This organization is open to any girl that has had hlome Economics or is taking 
courses on that department. Its purpose is to foster higher ideals of home life, 
better health, and to give a knowledge of the opportunities open to people trained 
in the various fields of Home Economics. 







OFFICERS 


PAT BURROW . . 


Presld 


ent JANie STEELE 


MARGARET BANNING , . 


Vice-Presid 


ent EDITH McLAUGHLIN 




BETTY LATTA . . . 


Reporto 

MEMBERS 


Margaret Banning 


Teensle Dorsit 


Edna Joore 


Lucy Barne't 


Jacqueline Hairstc 


n Jessie Mae Morris 


Dot Barranco 


Joan Herring 


Jean McClain 


Emily Ann Bickerstaft 


Jo rierrington 


Mary Eleanor McGehe 


Lilian Blanks 


Jonnie Home 


Edith McLaughlin 


Jo Bogard 


.lane Hunt 


Marilyn Nason 


Dot Bonner 


Doris Johns 


Sidney O'Cain 


Betty Braun 


Joan Johnson 


Thelma Pearson 


Pat Burrow 


Annelle Johnston 


Lois Pegrum 


Mary Elizabeth Gates 


Sallle Junkin 


Theresa Paythress 


Olive Elizabeth Glower 


Kitty Kenton 


Lynn Reld 


Jerre Coldren 


Betty Latta 


Alicia Rollins 


Ruth Lamb Covington 


Cecelia Lewis 


Rosemary Rollins 


Alice Critz 


Jean Lott 


Margaret Rust 


Charmain Crum 


Jean Luckett 


Annette Scruggs 


Dot Day 


Peggy Mahoney 


Jane V/alker Scruggs 


Charlotte Dickey 


Lynne Mooney 


Nannette Shipp 



Elizabeth Smitn 
Margaret Spain 
Janie Steele 
Frances Stuart 
Suzette Townsend 
Ann Turley 
Margaret Walters 
Laura Neil Willia 
Laverne Wilson 
Wanda Wilson 
Rosalie Witty 
Jean Woods 
Derry - /nn Young 
Lillian Young 
Margaret Zderad 



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First Row: AlvinAshmo.e Jennings Ba^nett, Vanco Baucum, Lynnic Bigham, Carl Catt, James 
Cherry. Robert Condon, William Condon, James Cox. Second Row: Chailes Dial Lowrev 
Dyre, Roy Evans, Wayne Fancher, Robert Gillespie, Marshall Hales. Paula Hammond David 
Holley, James Paxton Holloway. Third Row: Clyde Hugglns David Jordan Jim Lattur'e Sara 
LeMaster Will, am Lowry, Sunshine Mohamed. Genevieve Mullican, J. d'. McElroy Marion 
McRae. Fourth Row: Lewis Nobles, John Nuckolls, James Overcast Leonard Pickle Ben A 
Ouintana, Niles A. Red, Robert Revere, Russill Robbins, William Rose. Fifth Row'- A d' 
Shapley, Richard Sires, John Smith, James Snow, James Tigrett, Jack Watson Mahlone Earl 
Webb Gaddy Wells, Doyce Whitehead, Henry Wood. 




This organization is open to any student enrolled In the School of Pharmacy. 

OFFICERS 

LEWIS NOBLES Preside 

JAMES CHERRY Vice-Preside 

JOY FORD Secretary and Treasur 

MEMBERS 

Alvin Ashmore Mark Butrlch James Cherry Lowrey Dyre 

Jennings Barnett Nick Butrich Robert Condon Perry Egger 

Vance Baucum H. D. Capps William Condon Roy Evans 

Lynnice Bigham Carl Catt James Fox Wayne Fancher 

Camille Borrum Mary Caver Charles Dial Joy Ford 



ORGA]\MZATIOJ\S 




MEMBERS 



Paul Frasier 
Robert Gillespie 
Marshall Hales 
Paula Hammond 
Jimmie Hays 
David Holley 
William T. Hollis 
James Holloway 
Thomas E. Huff 
Clyde Huqqins 
William Hurst 
T. D. Jordan 
Jim LaTture 
J. C. Lee 
Sara LeMaster 



William Low-y 
Kirk McCormick 
J. D. McElroy 
Elton Mcintosh 
J. M. McRae 
K. F. McRae 
Warren Mann 
Earl Marshall 
Sunshine Mohanned 
Thomas L. Mcore 
Genevieve Mullican 
John Mullican 
Lewis Nobles 
Joe Nuckolls 
James Overcast 



Hugh M. Pendarvis 
Leonard Pickle 
Bob Price 
Ben A. Quintana 
Niles A. Red 
Robert Revere 
Russell Robbing, 
II A. Rosa 
Bill Rose 
Rudolph Russell 
Oscar Rutsky 
A. D. Shapp!r,y 

Paul Shellabarger 

Richard Sires 



John Smith 

James Snow 

Frank Solevilla 

E. G. Taylor 

J. M. Tigrett 

Dorothy Simmons Tower 

Jack Watson 

Earl Webb 

Gaddy Wells 

William H. West 

Doyce Whitehead 

R. S. Whitfield 

Hin Luck Wing 

Henry Hays Wood 



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First Row: 

S. E. Boylin 

Betty Braun 

Joseph Farris 

Dudley Foster 

Edwin Geisler 

Moses McAfee Gibson 

Second Row: 

Cooper Gordon 
John Halbrook 
Shed Hunger 

Third Row: 

Bernard Patrick 
Elizabeth Anne Pilkinton 
Billy Webster Stephens 
Jack G. Stuart 
Elizabeth Sturdivant 
Joel E. Varner 



FLIIKG iEBElS 



The Flying Rebels is an honorary organization established in 1940 for the purposes 
of promoting safer flying among the students and pilots here; creating a friendlier 
feeling and spirit among the people that fly; and publicizing aviation activities at 
the University. 

OFFICERS 

DUDLEY W. FOSTER President 

M. M. GIBSON Vice-President 

ELIZABETH "LIB" PILKINGTON Secretary 



Camille Borroum 


S. E. Boykin 


Betty Braun 


David Dunn 


Joseph Farris 


Dudley W. Foste 



MEMBERS 

Edwin Geisler 
M. M. Gibson 
Cooper Gordon 
Shed Hunger 
John Halbrook, Jr 
Harvey Hutchins 
Ben Jaco 



•ick 



Bernard S. Pa 
Elizabeth "Lib' 
Billy Stephens 
Edward Stuart 
Elizabeth Sturdivant 
Joel E. Varner 



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ORGAJXIZATIONS 



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Purpose of this organization is to develop among young people who are preparing 
to be teachers an organization which shall be an integral part of state and national 
education associations. And to acquaint teachers In training with the history, ethics, 
and program of the organized teaching profession. 



FRANCES ESTES , . . 
AUDREY COVINGTON 



Jane Abston 
Mary Stewart Andrews 
Virginia Ann Austin 
Sara Aycock 
Sophianne Earner 
Margaret Banning 
Sally Becker 
Judy Berryhlll 
James Bennett 
Mrs. James Bennett 
Paul Bench 
Betty Brown 
Gayle Carlisle 
Walta Cause/ 
Ruth Covington 
Gladys Cunningham 



OFFICERS 



President 
■President 



JAMES BENNETT Secretar 

MAE HILL McMURRAY Treasure 



MEMBERS 



Pat Davidson 
Norma Dees 
Lucille DeGravelle 
Joan Duval 
Annie Eason 
Eleanor Edwards 
Frances Estes 
W. C. Ferguson 
Albert Galloway 
Rachel Gardner 
Paul Graham 
Ralph Harding 
Nancy Harton 
Sara Haynes 
Joan Herring 
George Jefferson 
Joe Johnson 



Dortha Ann Jones 
Tal Jordon 
Florence Landrum 

Mary Liddell 
Betty Long 
Geanne McClain 
Mrs. David McKinney 
Mary Hill McMurry 
Audrey Mendez 
Theileon Munday 
Charles Nelson 
Josephine Nosser 
Garland Oliver 
Julian Potter 
Esther Riley 
Virginia Rosenborough 
Beverly Scott 



Eleanor Smith 
Mrs. David Soper 
Evelyn Spicer 
Ruthie Spivey 
Janie Steele 
Doris Thompson 
Mary Frances Thompson 
Marinell Todd 
Barbara Trapp 
Virginia Vi^illdes 
Foster Wilkson 
Mary Jane William 
Anne Fairly Wilson 
Betty Wilson 
Frances Wilson 
Dorothy Young 



First Row: Jane Abston, Mary Stewart 
Andrews, Virginia Ann Austin, Sarah Jane 
Aycock, Margaret Banning, Sophianne Ban- 
ner, Sally Becker, James Albert Bennett. 
Julia Berryhill, Walta Causey, Gayle Carl- 
Isle, Ruth Covington. 

Second Row: Gladys Cunningham, Norma 
Dees, Puddle Eason, Frances Estes, W. C. 
Ferguson, Albert Galloway, Ralph Harding, 
Nancy Harton, Joan Herring, George Jeffer- 
son, Dorothy Ann Jones, Tal Jordon. 

Third Row: Mary Liddell, Betty Long, 
Geanne McClain, Mae Hill McMurry, Aud- 
rey Mendez, Josephine Nosser, Julian Potter, 
Esther Riley, Virginia Roseborough, Beverly 
Scott, Eleanor Smith, Evelyn Spicer. 

Fourth Row: Ruth Spivey, Janie Steele, 
Mary Thompson, Marinell Todd, Barbara 
Trapp. Foster Wilkinson, Mary Williams, 
Ann Fairly Wilson, Frances Wilson, Kath- 
erine Elizabeth Wilson, Dorothy Marie 
Young. 




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OFFICERS 



ROBERT BONDS 
FRANK MOAK . 
BENNETT SMITH 
W. G. MIZE 



. . President 

Vice-President 

. . Secretary 

. . Treasurer 





COMMITTEE HEADS 




TOM BARNETT 


BOB LEAVELL 


STANFORD TERRY 


BOB ELLIS 


JOHN PRICE 


GUY GILLESPIE 


FRANK KENNEDY 




CALVIN V/ELLS 



First Row: 

Tom Barnett 
Robert A. Bondi 
Bob Ellis 
Guy Gillespie 
Bob Leavell 

Second Row: 

Vy. G. Mlzell 
Frank Moak 
Bennett Smith 
Stanford Terry 
Calvin Wells 




ORGAJ^MZATMONS 



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The Ole Miss "Y" seeks to encourage wholesome Christian living on the campus of the 
University of Mississippi. This is done through a carefully planned and well integrated 
program centered around our Christian heritage, the growth ot persons, social 
responsibility, and world relatedness. As a means of achieving these purposes, the "Y" 
bases its program upon worship, study, and action. 

The program is under the very able direction of Miss Lynda Ramey and Mr. R. M. 
Guess. Membership Is on a voluntary basis. Special attention Is directed toward 
the Freshman "Y" organization, the officers of which are as follows: Stanley Thames, 
President; Dean Dubois, Vice-President; Nina Nosser, Secretary; Janie Williams, 
Treasurer. 

OFFICERS 

LUCY BARNETT President 

FRANCES ESTES Vice-President 

MARGARET BANNING Secretary 

JEANNE HOFFMAN Treasurer 

COMMITTEE HEADS 

KATHRYN BARR LUCIE MAGEE DOROTHY SYMONDS 

CAMILLE COVINGTON MARTHA ANNE ROWAN ELEANOR KNEE 

MARTHA SPARR 






ORGANIZATIONS 





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First Row: Johnie Adams, Richard Allen, 
Edna J. Avent, Sarah Aycock, Ann Baine, 
Faye Evans Bennett, J^mes Albert Bennett, 
Emily Ann Bickerstaff, Jacqueline Bowen. 
James Childers, Ruth Covington. 

Second Row: Robert Byron Ellis, Frances 
Marion Estes, Joan Gillespie, George Gul- 
ley, Ralph Harding, Joanna Hilburns, Jo 
Ann Hoff, Robert M. Izard, Jr., Thomas 
Jordan, Kathleen Keen, Henry Lee. 

Third Row: Russell Litchford, Frances Vir- 
ginia Melvin, Harold Melvin, Leonard Brown 
Melvln, Franklin Edwin Moak, Lewis Nobles, 
Mary Carolyn Robertson, William Gavin 
Scott, Florence Shotner, Jewell Rebecca 
Slocum, Roley Stelgall. 

Fourth Row: Edsel Ford Stewart, Frank 
Sticht, Frances Stuart, Dorothy Elizabeth 
Symonds, Luther D. Turner, Eltha Walley, 
W. W. Walley, Rufina Florence Watkins, 
Janie Lou Williams, Frances Wilson, Dorothy 
Marie Young. 



The Baptist Student Union is composed of all Baptist students enrolled in the Uni- 
versity who are regular members of the Sunday School, Trainino Union, Young 
Women's Auxiliary, or the Church. The B.S.U. is the connecting line between the 
college and the Baptist Church, unifying all the religious activity of the Baptist 
students on the campus. 

OFFICERS 

FRANK MOAK President FRANCES STUART Third Vice-President 

BOB ELLIS Vice-President VIRGINIA MELVIN Secretary 

SARA JANE AYCOCK .... Second Vice-President EMILY ANN BICKERSTAFF . Reporter 

DR. FRANK MOODY PURSER .... Pastor-Advisor 







MEMBERS 




Johnnie Adams 


Joan Gillespie 


Russell Litchfield 


Jewel Slocum 


Richard Allen 


Paul Graham 


Harold Melvin 


Roby Stegalla 


Juanita Avent 


Annie Lou Griff 


n Leonard Melvin 


Edsel Stewart 


Sara Jane Aycock 


George Gudley 


Virginia Melvin 


Frank Sticht 


Anne Baine 


Ralph Harding 


Frank Moak 


George Street 


Faye Bennett 


Bill Harris 


Hazel Mohammed 


Frances Stuart 


Emily Anne Bickerstaff 


Joe Hawkins 


Lynna Clara Mooney 


Dot Symonds 


Jackie Fowen 


Joanna Hilbun 


Lewis Nobles 


Jack Tucker 


Walter Brown 


Benton Hewitt 


Whit Patrick 


L. 0. Turner 


James Childers 


Joann Hoff 


Bob Price 


Ernest Walker 


Ruth Covington 


Bob Izard 


Carolyn Robertson 


W. W. Walley 


Roy Davis 


Tom Jordan 


Gavin Scott 


Ruth Watkins 


Jeanette Edwards 


Kathleen Keen 


Florence Shofner 


Jamie Williams 


Bob Ellis 


Henry Lee 


Earl Skinner 


Emmett Wilson 


Frances Estes 






Frances Wilson 








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OliPAIIOI 



The Wesley Foundation is the student organization of the Oxford University Methodist 
Church. The purpose of it is to continue the active work of Methodist students by 
providing fellowship, study, and training through worship services. 



OFFICERS 

DOUG STONE President 

JIM BARNETT Vice-President 

BETTY DIVES Secretary 

NORA BETH HULL Treasurer 

JOHN PRICE Program Chairman 

H. E. FINGER, JR Pastor 




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The Newman Club is a Catholic organization dedicated to the spiritual betternnent 
of its nnembers, Catholic fellowship and the pronnotion of Catholic ideals of nnorals 
and citizenship on the campus of the University of Mississippi. 



First Row: Donald Arceneaux, Catherine 
Burdette, Ethel Burdette, William Carr, 
Jerome Daley, Harold Dubuisson, Mark 
Ellzey. 

Second Row: Charles Fanis, Betty Farrell, 
Bruno Fruni, William Howard, Rosemary 
Irby, Sallie Dix Junkin, John Lozes, Guy 
Mattingly. 

Third Row: Malcolm Miller, Malcoln Mony- 
han, John Mulllcan, Genevieve Mulllcan, 
Ellis Sallaum, Robert Sublette, Benjamin 
Alexander Quintana. 



OFFICERS 

HAROLD DUBUISSON President 

ELLIS SALLOUM Vice-President 

BETTY FARRELL Secretary 

GENEVIEVE MULLIGAN Treasurer 

DOUG HAMLEY Sergeant-at-Arms 

MARK BUTIRICH Parliamentarian 

REV. FATHER CLETUS J. MANON Chaplain 



Donald Arceneaux 
Joy Bell 
Jue Benvenutti 
Catherine Burdette 
Ethel Burdette 
Marko Butirich 
Nick Butirich 
William L. Carr, Jr. 
Edmund Jerome Daly 
Harold Dubuisson 



MEMBERS 

Mark Ellzey 
Betty Farrell 
Charles Farris 
Bruno Furini, Jr. 
Doug Hamley 
William Howard, . 
Rose Marie Hughe 
Rosemary Irby 
Sallie Junkin 
William Kenny 
Carol Knost 



John Lozes 
Gene D. Lyne 
Guy Mattingly 
Malcolm Miller 
Dick Monaghan 
Geneieve Mulllcan 
John Mulllcan 
Ben Quintana 
Robert Sublette 
Ellis Salloum 




ORGANIZATIONS 



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The Westminster Fellowship is the organization of the Presbyterian Church established at colleges 

and universities for the purpose of providing students opportunities and facilities for wholesome 

cooperative, christian experiences and training in worship, study, recreation, and social fellowship 
as a part of a normal church life. 

OFFICERS 

GUY GILLESPIE President ELEANOR KNEE Secretary 

KYLE HERRING First Vice-President BILL BEANLAND Treasurer 

MARY LIDDELL Second Vice-President EVERETT PHILLIPS Student Pastor 



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The Canterbury Club is the student organization of the Episcopal Church with membership open 
to all students of Episcopal faith. 

OFFICERS 

VAL SESSIONS President DAWN LITTLEPAGE Secretary 

LUCILLE DE GRAVELLES Vice-President JEANNE KOFFMAN Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Carl Andre Teddy Cox Jeanne Hoffman Dawn LIttlepege Glover Russell 

Ed Birchett Lucille De Gravelles Mittie Bee Johnson Joy Mulvihlll Val Sessions 

Wilfred Cole Julie Davis Ed Joyce Anne Rheney Louise Simpson 

John B. Cook Helen Henry Alecia Rollins Elizabeth Sturdivant 



CUB 




First Row: 

Carl Andre 
Edward S. Birchett 
Wilfred Cole 
John B. Cook 
Teddy Cox 
Lucille DeGravelles 

Second Row: 

Julie Davis 
Helen Henry 
Jeanne Koffman 
Mittie Bee Johnson 
Ed Joyce 
Dawn Littlepage 
Joy Mulvihlll 

Third Row: 

Anne Rheney 
Alecia Rollins 
»Glover Russell 
Val Sessions 
Louise Simpson 
Elizabeth Sturdivant 



ORGANIZATiONS 



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lis organization was founded for the purpose of fostering better relationship between th 
national groups. The club devotes each meeting to a forum for discussion of th 
represented in the organization. Some of the principal topics of discussion 
are being presented to the post war world — and their solutions. 

OFFICERS 

President OVERTON A. CURRI E 

. . . Vice-President VIRGINIA ROSEBOROUGh 
LUCIUS DABNEY Par 



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John Aldridge 
James Barfoot 
Betty Bowen 
Millard Bush 
Perrin Caldwell 
W. H. Coombs. Jr. 
Clyde H. Campbell 
Carolyn Cook 
Dr. George Carbon 
Nancy Chenault 
Overton Currie 
Roy Davis 
Dorothy Day 
Lucius Dabney 
Arvah Eugene Dyess 
Jesse Evans«n 
Joe Farris 
Dr. M. Fortenberry 



MEMBERS 



Dan Fox 

William F. Galtney 
John Gaston 
McAfee Gibson 
Otho Givens. Jr. 
George Gulley. Jr. 
Earnest W. Graves 
Emmaline Hardy 
Harriet Ann Harrison 
Bill Hoffman 
Robert P. Hilton 
Tom Holder 
Harold L. Hudson 
Joe Jack Hurst 
Herbert Kroeze 
Oscar LeBarre 
Henry Lee 



Jane Lowry 
Ewell Martin 
Dale H. McKibben 
James C. McGehee 
Helena Magruder 
W. Buchanan Meek 
Clyde Middleton 
David Miller 
Frank Moak 
Brinkley Morton 
John Murray 
Larry Noble 
Donald Nunnery 
Walter G. Pearson 
Bill Perkins 
James H. Pierce 
Dick Price 
John B. Reed, Jr. 



Eulalie Rothe 
Virginia Roseborough 
Renford L. Samuels 
William B. Sartor 
Be-erly Scott 
Lester Shipley 
Hal Stone 
J. B. Stone 
Robert Sublette 
Mildred Taylor 
Robert B. Townes 
Stanley Thames 
Joel E. Varner 
Garland Walls 
Julia Wallace 
Roy Watson 
Max Weiner 
Foster F. Wilkinson 



First Row: John A. Aldridge, James C. Barfoot, 
Millard Bush, Perrin Caldwell, Nancy Chenault, 
Coverton A. Currie, Roy Davis. Dot Day, Lucius 

Dabney. 

Second Row: Arvah Eugene Dyess. Joe Farris, 
Lewis Fowler, Dan Fox. William F. Galtney, 
John B. Gaston, Mac Gibson. Othe Givens, Jr., 
George Gulley. Jr.. Ernest W. Graves. 

Third Row: Emmaline Hardy, Harriet Ann Harri- 
son, Bill Hoffman, Robert P. Hilton, Tom Holder, 
Harold L. Hudson, Joe Jack Hurst. Herbert 
Kroeze. Oscar Labarre. Henry Lee. 
Fourth Row: Jane Lowry Dale H. McKibben, 
James C. McGehee. Helena Magruder, W. Buck 
Meek, Clyde H. Middleton, Jr.. David Miller, 
Frank Moak, Brinkley Morton, John Murray. 

Fifth Row: Donald Nunnery, Walter C. Pearson, 
Bill Perkins, James H. Pierce, Eulalie Rot'ie, 
Virginia Roeborough, Benford L. Samuels. Wililo.n 
S. Sarter, Beverly Scott. Lester Shipley. 

Sixth Row: Hal Stone, J. B. Stone. Robert Sub- 
lette. Mildred Taylor, Bobby Townes, Joel E. 
Varner. Garland Walls, Julia Wallace, Max 
Weiner, Foster F. Wilkinson. 



ORGAJVMZATMOJVS 



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GOVERNOR FIELDING WRIGHT, President Ex-Officio Jackson 

MARTIN V. B. MILLER, President Meridian 

RANSOM E. ALDRICLI Mlchiqan City 

JOHN W. SAVAGE Gulfport 

MAJOR W. CALVIN WELLS Jackson 

J. OLIVER EMMERICH McComb 

R. N. HENLEY Macon 

DR. H. M. IVY Meridian 

MRS, HAZEL PERRY LEE Eupora 

J. G. PRICHARD Inverness 

R. W. REED Tupelo 

R. B. SMITH, JR Ripley 

JOHN W, BACKSTROM Leakesville 

MEANS JOHNSTON Greenwood 

REECE D. McLENDON Poplarville 

MRS. JANIE RICE TAYLOR Jackson 

PAUL hi. BOWDRE Hernando 

L. R. JOBE, Executive Secretary Jackson 








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DOUGLAS HAMLEY 



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BOBBY OSWALT 



PHILIP POOLE 




EVERETTE HARPER 

Second Semester President 



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Recognizing excellence In Inter-colleglate ath- 
letics, the M Club Is one of the leading honorary 
organizations on the Ole Miss campus. To be- 
come a member of the club, a student must have 
earned a letter In one of the four major sports — 
football, basketball, baseball, or track, or must 
have been a manager of one of these teams for 
four years. 

Besides fostering an interest in athletics and 
providing a common ground upon which those 
who have excelled in college athletics may meet, 
the M Club sponsors the annual "M Day" and 
the annual "M Club Dance" which traditionally 
follows the State-Ole Miss Football Classic. 



WALTER BULLOCK MIKE CAMPBELL CHARLES CONERLY 



JEROME DALEY 



BILL ERICKSON CHARLES GALtY 




OLIVER POOLE 



RAY POOLE FARLEY SALMON 



H A SMITH 



JACK STRIBLING 



JERRY TIBLIER JACK WARNER 



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OFFICERS 

PRESTON BENNETT, EVERETTE HARPER Presider 

BERNARD BLACKWELL Vice-President 

ROBERT MARCUS Secretary 

JOE WALKER Treasurer 

GEORGE LAMBERT Sergeant-at-Arms 

MEMBERS 

PRESTON BENNETT JEROME DALEY BILLY MLISTIN 

JOHNNY BRUCE ROLAND DALE BEN OWENS 

GRADY BREWER PAUL DAVIS BOBBY OSWALT 

BERNARD BLACKWELL CECIL DICKERSON FLEMIN POOLE 

WALTER BULLOCK CHARLES GALEY PHILIP POOLE 

JOHN BOWEN HUNTER GATES OLIVER POOLE 

OSCAR BUCHANAN EVERETTE HARPER RUSSELL REED 

DAVE BRIDGERS DOUGLAS HAMLEY PARLEY SALMON 

CLAYTON BLOUNT JOHN JENNINGS H. A. SMITH 

CLARENCE CASTLE EULAS JENKINS JACK STRIBLING 

DICK CASTLE JOE JOHNSON JERRY TIBLIER 

MIKE CAMPBELL GEORGE LAMBERT JACK WARNER 

CHARLES CONERLY BEN MANN JOE WALKER 

JIMMY CRAWFORD TOBY MAJURE BOBBY WILSON 

MARVIN CURLAND RAY WUNDERLICH 

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THE COACHING CALENDAR 

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Drew, Smith and Vought 



Johnny Vought and "Buster" Poole 








Genial Harold "Red" Drew became new supreme com- 
mander of the Johnny Rebs In February of '46, taking the 
place of veteran hHarry Mehre. Coming to us from the 
University of Alabama, with an enviable record under Frank 
Thomas, he helped develop three bowl teams. Drew was 
end coach at Bama from '31 to '41, and he fostered such 
stars as all time All-Amerlcan, Don hlutson. 

Leaving his native Texas last winter, to accept the line 
coach Job with the Rebels, Johnny Vought molded the 
Mississippi line Into one of the best in the Conference. h^Is 
background Is solid, stemming from one season of All- 
America guard play at TCU, and three seasons as an all- 
Southeast Conference performer, hie also coached at North 
Carolina for eight years. A tremendously hard worker with 
a likeable personality. Coach Johnny has fast made himself 
popular with players and fans alike. 

Following Drew from Alabama, D. T. "Ffeppy" Campbell 
was the man who cracked the whip over the Reb ball 
carriers. Campbell not only was backfleld mentor, but he 
helped with the baseball team. 

With the departure of Harry Mehre, Claude "Tad" Smith 
was named Athletic Director and also head baseball coach. 

Another Alabamian traveling the right road is big Jom 
Whatley, present assistant line coach and head basketball 
tutor. Jim has behind him one of the finest records of 
any athlete ever to graduate from his athletically-Inclined 
alma mater. 

John "Junle" Hovlous, "B" team mentor, is remembered 
by all of us as the little spark-plug of the "Golden Era" of 
Ole Miss football in '39, '40, and '41. Assistant flank tutor, 
J. W. Wobble Davidson, was also a member of these teams, 
being co-captaIn In his senior year. 

Jess Alderman, Ole Miss trainer and boxing coach, has 
helped or cured many pains and aches of the Rebel athletes, 
for he's one of the best men In his business in the South. 
Jess' boxing team Journeyed to the Mid-South Golden 
Gloves Tournament and won four crowns. Buddy Bowen 
annexed the heavyweight title. Sonny Boy Shelby, the light- 
heavy, and the other two champions were novices Orion 
Blanton and Hlllman Castle. 




"The Old and the New" Vought and Dr 



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NEW 



In January of this year the coaching reins changed hands tor the 
second time in twelve months. "Red" Drew chose to return to his 
alma mater, Alabama, and the head coaching iob was turned over to 
Johnny Vought, line coach. Campbell returned to Bama with Drew, 
but Vought retained Whatley for his assistant in handling the line. 
Buster Poole, old time great of the Rebels, was named End Coach, 
and Tot Swayze was signed as contact man. "King" Ganner, former 
cinder great of Alabama, became track coach in the spring. 



The Football Squad 





Kentucky, 20; Ole Miss, 6 



We was robbed, son, just plain robbed." Red and 
I took the boys' way up there in half-way Yankee land 
With high hopes of springing a victory. Then those 
rascals throw this fellow Ermal Allen at us. hie appeared 
old enough to have taken part in the battle of Chlcka- 
mauga. 1 gotta hand it to him, he treated the ball as 
if it was his first cousin all right. While this little cuss 



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well. The only time I put my mint iulep down and got 
excited was when my little man, Ray Poole, grabbed the 
ball out of the air from Clayton Blount and gave several 
of them so-called Wildcats a free ride across the goal 
line. It was just like I told Red before we went up there; 
we were just too weak on the pass defense. We got 
four passes intercepted and even let one of Conerly's 
punts get blocked. 



KENTUCKY GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Kentuclcy 

First Downs 9 10 

Net Yards Rushing 118 137 

Yards Lost Rushing 13 19 

Forward Passes Attempted .... 17 16 

Forward Passes Completed .... 6 7 

Net Yards Passing 70 142 

Forward Passes Intercepted By . . . 4 

Yards Interceptions Returned .... 25 

Average Punt 38 42.9 

Punts Blocked I 

Average Return of Punts .... 7.2 8 

Yards Lost On Penalties 10 81 

Number Fumbles 5 5 

Ball Lost I 4 

Final Score 6 20 




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KENTUCKY GAME 





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Inexperience also plagued my boys, they just seemed 
to be a bit sluggish. Those Kentucky boys were on top 
during the whole game in scoring, tallying their first 
marker in the second quarter when Cutchins passed to a 
tobacco-fed end named Wah Wah Jones. I remember 
that they used to call that crooked Yankee general, 
Sheridan, Wah Wah, 'cause he cried like a baby when 
we beat the tar out of his army at every turn. Early 
in the third quarter we were scored on again after one 
of our tossers got one of their heaves Intercepted on our 



25 and Kentucky drove the ball to the 14. Allen showed 
up again and hit Portwood with a bullet pass on the 
five, making twelve points for the Cats and none for us. 
Your old Colonel felt like going out and busting a few 
heads himself, but fortunately for Kentucky, Coaches 
Whatley, Campbell and a few of the larger players re- 
strained me. If I'd had Blind Jim along with me I would 
have thrown him In the game, the way I felt. We scored 
though, and my temper settled; even the final score 
wasn't too bad considering our disadvantages." 




•JENK" JENKINS 



FARLEY SALMON 

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CHARLEY CONERLY 



FLORIDA GAME 




Closing !n for the ki 



OleMiss. 13; Florida. 7 



"We took a little trip down the country to Jackson- 
ville, Florida, the next week-end and it was my first 
journey to the great southern state since the time I was 
down helping ole Andy Jackson clean up the Creek 
Indians. We didn't see any Creeks this trip, but the 
boys sure raised cane with the 'Gators. Somebody said 
the score was I 3-7, but it seems to me it ought to have 
been more than that. You should have seen my team 
go to town. Them Florida boys scattered like the Yanks 



at Bull Run. It was Indeed a glorious night. We took 
the kick-off and didn't turn the ball loose until little 
"Fish" Salmon did a waltz across the last stripe, and old 
Pep Bennent even booted the extra point. We scored 
again in the second half when "Hippy" Blount took a 
punt in midfield and headed south for the promised 
land (any Rebel player caught running north is tarred 
and feathered, and automatically dropped from the 
squad). They caught Blount on the 14 and he fumbled 
out of bounds. On the next play little Clayt laid one in 
Poole's arms on the five and the big boy thumbed 




BILLY MUSTIN 



CLAYTON BLOUNT 



'RED" BUCHANAN 



286 




scores against Florida 



his nose at the Florida boys as he crossed the goal. 
We gave Florida a little encouragement in the last 
period and let them block one of Charlie Conerly's 
kicks and a few minutes later we got a good look at 
the Gator right end, by name of Bruton Williams, as 
he managed to cross our goal with a pass tucked under 
his arm. We made 13 first downs to the other team's 
five and they gained a minus 10 yards through our line. 
They had a lot better luck in the air, gaining 105 yards, 
and again proving that my theory on our lack of pass 
defense was our primary weakness. Our backfield played 



heads-up ball, but somehow or other the Florida ends 
seemed to seep through our defense. Th Gator's fum- 
bled 7 times out-doing us In that department, but we 
failed to recover but one of their fumbles. Our line was 
a lot heavier than theirs and we stopped their running 
attack cold time after time. Yessir, it was a highly satis- 
factory trip; we came back by the great city of Mont- 
gomery, Alabama, where I spent much of my time in 
the old days giving much needed advice to my old 
friend Jeff Davis. Jeff always called on the old Colonel 
when he had an important problem to solve. 



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FLORIDA GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Florida 

First Downs 13 S 

Net Yards Rushing 163 10 

Yards Lost Rushing 41 82 

Forward Passes Attempted 5 16 

Forward Passes Completed 2 6 

Net Yards Passing 28 105 . 

Forward Passes Intercepted by .... I 

Yards Interceptions Returned .... 8 

Average Punt 34.7 29.3 

Punts Blocked I I 

Average Return of Punts 4 14.8 



287 



VANDERBIIT GAME 







Robinson of Vandy makes only score of the game 



Vanderbilt. 7; Ole Miss. 

"Brother Ed Crump Invited me to bring our team up 
to Memphis and show its wares in his big stadium. That 
I did, but it was another sad day for the Rebels. We 
didn't do anything right, and for awhile I was afraid 
some of our boys would hurt themselves falling over 
each other, but they soon quit doing even that. It was 
just a case of which team could take advantage of the 
most breaks, and the Gold and Black was there to edge 
out the advantage. It was a most unsatisfactory game 
as far as the fans were concerned. The most exciting 



thing that happened was when the referee turned his 
ankle running after a loose ball. Mister Crump and I 
were in his private box, which, I might add, was a rather 
luxurious affair — even had a portable Julep bar. Grow- 
ing tired of the game we fell to discussing plans of 
establishing toll gates along the Mason and Dixon Line 
and charging a small fee to all Un-naturalized Confed- 
erates who wished to partake of the joys and pleasures 
of the Sunny South. My apologies if I have strayed off 
the subject of football, but the idea of those toll gates 
has been preying on my mind lately. 



VANDERBILT GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Vanderbilt 

First Downs 7 14 

Net Yards Rushing 59 197 

Yards Lost Rushing 17 26 

Forward Passes Attempted 23 6 

Forward Passes Completed 12 2 

Net Yards Passing 125 45 

Forward Passes Intercepted by .... I 3 

Yards Interceptions returned .... 3 5 

Average Punt 47.1 40.2 

Punts Blocked 

Average Return of Punts 6.8 9.1 

Yards Lof.t on Penalties 35 30 

Number Fumbles 2 2 

Ball Lost II I 

Final Score 7 




CECIL DICKERSON 





Oswalt makes five around end 

It looked as if the game would end in a scoreless tie, 
but then the Rebels got a foul break and fumbled in 
midfield and Vanderbilt took over. Three plays later 
Robinson of the opposing team threw way over the 
head of the Rebel quarterback into the arms of Jim 
Webb, who was downed by Blount and Oswalt on the 
Ole Miss six-yard line. It looked easy when on the next 
play Robinson knifed over for the only score of the 
afternoon, and Bob Berry came in to make it 7-0 via 
the conversion route. 

For once our forward wall wilted and Vandy rolled 
up 205 yards from scrimmage, as against only 82 on the 



Bowen Eludes Vanderbilt's Hoover 

turf by Reb toters. My boy Conerly saved our face by 
playing a magnificent defensive and offensive game, the 
latter work being done wonderfully in the kicking and 
passing departments. We had several nice chances to 
score, but our attack always fizzled out within the ten- 
yard line. Paul Davis, my very fine center, played a 
nice game of football. He reminded me of General 
Beauregard, fighting all the way and never giving up. I 
gained one thing from that game; I knew I had found 
myself a good half-back in the person of Charlie Con- 
erly. . . . Post game festivities, however, cost us several 
rabid Rebel supporters. 




TOBY MAJURE 



lOHNN>' BRDCf 



■MIKE" CAMPBELL 




Conerly Got Him 



Ga. Tech. 24; Ole Miss. 7 

"Atlanta, the historic old southern city, was our next 
stop, and our foe was a little college there in Atlanta 
called Georgia Tech. We lost the game, but the score 
doesn't near tell how close the game really was. 

We arrived a little early in the city and it gave me 
time to look up a lot of my old cronies. One of the 
first people I ran into was Governor-Elect Gene Tal- 
madge, whose grandpappy was an old running mate of 
mine. I asked Gene if he ever had any trouble with 



the Yankees over there in Georgia. He said no, but 
a few years ago when he was serving his first term as 
governor he received a letter from the grand-son of 
the Yankee, General Sherman (spit) and that he, the 
grand-son, would like to come down to Georgia with 
some of his friends and retrace his grand-fathers steps 
to the sea through Atlanta. Well, Gene told him to 
come on, that he would be more than welcome, but if 
he just wanted to bring a lot of black hearted Yankees 
down to Georgia and make fun of the south, that he had 
better bring a lot more men than his grandpappy did. 



GA. TECH GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Ga. Tech 

First Downs 3 12 

Net Yards Rushing 2 124 

Yard Lost Rushing 49 38 

Forward Passes Attempted 17 21 

Forward Passes Completed 5 II 

Net Yards Passing 60 148 

Forward Passes Intercepted By .... I 2 

Yards Interceptions Returned .... 10 

Average Punt 37.8 36.3 

Punts Blocked I I 

Average Return of Punts 5 6 

Yards Lost on Penalities 70 131 

Number Fumbles 2 I 

Ball Lost I I 

Final Score 7 24 




MARVIN CURLAND 



GEORGIA TECH GAME 




Conerly to Poole 



Well, back to football. Since my line failed to do 
very much in tfie game against Vanderbilt, I decided 



ne- 



to use a little strategy. I gathered up all my big I 
men and drove them out to Stone Mountain. There I 
showed them the figures of the great southern generals 
carved in the mountain In stone. I gave them a little 
lecture on the exploits of Stonewall Jackson, a cousin of 
mine, and told them how great he was in the face of 
insurmountable odds and that he never gave up. My 
little plan nearly worked, for our line held like stone all 



afternoon. But again I reckoned without our pass de- 
fense, and the Georgia boys threw three touchdown 
passes over us and won the game. The Poole boys lived 
up to their great name, playing manificient defensive 
football. Our seven points came with only three minutes 
to play, when Bobby Wilson heaved 25 yards to "Hair- 
line" hiarper, and Ray Poole added the extra point. 
Ole Miss scored twice more only to have the scores 
ruled null and void by the referee. One of the markers 
was by Oliver Poole and the other by Charley Galey. 




BOBBY WILSON 



LOUISIANA TECH GAME 




Another First Down for the Rebels 



La. Tech, 7; Ole Miss. 6 

"October 25, 1946, was almost as black a day as 
Appomattox for Ole Miss fans. The boys came home 
from Atlanta feeling kinda low, and all week long they 
looked bad in practice. And as luck would have it an 
unheralded Louisiana Tech team took our measure 7-6 
in the driving rain, hlomecoming wasn't ruined, it was 
annihilated, and to cap everything off, I nearly caught 
my death of cold. Freshmen worked for days building 
the bonfire, and the big pep rally the night before the 



game was a huge success. Tad Smith and I had worked 
for days getting all the prep school talent in sight up 
here for the game. Then the terrible blow fell. We hit 
about as low as any Ole Miss team I had ever seen, and, 
folks, I have been here an awful long time. Why, I can 
remember when Miss Estella Hefley was the cutest pack- 
age you ever saw. Yes, Estella was quite a kid, but I 
don't think any school in the country ever boasted of 
three cuter coeds than we had leading the yells here at 
Ole Miss this year. Misses Sara Simmons, Mary Frances 
Buntin, and Tommy hiearn did a wonderful job all year. 




JACK STRIBLING 



RED" GALEY 



GEORGE LAMBERT 



292 




Stopped after a Five Yard Ga 



keeping the Rebel spirit alive during the games and at 
the rallies. 

Now let me see, just where were we — oh yes, the 
Louisiana Tech game. All through the first half my boys 
looked as lifeless and sluggish as Grant's army at Vicks- 
burg. Now that campaign was rather interesting. It 
seems that Grant promised his wife that she could visit 
him In the Bluff city for Xmas, but a few delays cropped 
up and two years later the old boy was still sitting in 
the swamps along the Yazoo River. With his wife sitting 
around nagging, and our army beating him at every 



turn, there was only one way out, and he took it. Yes sir, 
that's the true story of how U. S. Grant gained such 
affection for the bottle. No matter how bad we looked, 
we could have still licked those fellows if the officials 
hadn't called back those two very fine touchdown runs by 
Clayton Blount in the second half. Our legal six points 
came just as the fourth period opened. Conerly and 
Jenkins advanced the ball to the La. ten and then 
"Roach" hit Poole in the end zone for the tally. 

"On top of this tragedy, my supply of mint juleps 
ran out and I had to end up at the Vets club that night 
to get my needed energy." 




LOUISIANA TECH GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss La. Tech 

First Downs II 5 

Net Yards Rushing 212 49 

Yards Lost Rushing 36 45 

Forward Passes Attempted 8 3 

Forward Passes Completed 6 3 

Net Yards Passing 55 64 

Forward Passes Intercepted By . . . 

Yards Interceptions Returned .... 

Average Punt 40.7 34.08' 

Punts Blocked 

Average Return of Punts 12 22 

Yards Lost On Penalties 15 10 

Number Fumbles 8 6 

Ball Lost 6 3 

Final Score 6 7 



Ray Poole Grabs a high one 



Ole Miss. 9; Arkansas, 7 

"Well sir, that Louisiana Tech game seemed to make 
the boys realize that a ball game is won by the eleven 
men on the field, and not by past reputations. All my 
old veterans seemed to take new life, and even the new 
kids looked as if they finally had caught on to what was 
going on. Red and I decided to hold secret drills all 
week, and make a few changes. I'd been noticing all 
season that we had a boy on the squad with great 
potentialities, but I figured he was in the wrong place. 
I suggested to Red that we move Buddy Bowen from 



fullback to quarter. Buddy fitted in at quarter like a 
glove — you'd have thought he'd invented the game. 
We were in dire need of some new plays, and I racked 
my brain for some Ideas. I happened to think of my old 
friend "Jeb" Stuart, the great cavalry officer In the 
Confederate army, and how he could out-maneuver 
large forces of Yanks. It was simple from then on In; 
all I did was to apply some of Stuart's tactics to football, 
or, more specifically, to utilize the forward pass. I 
centered my pass plays around Charlie Conerly and had 
big Ray Poole on the receiving end. Son, those plays 



ARKANSAS GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Arkansas 

First Downs 12 3 

Net Yards Rushing I 19 49 

Yards Lost Rushing 7 54 

Forward Passes Attempted 27 II 

Forward Passes Completed 15 I 

Net Yards Passing 120 28 

Forward Passes Intercepted By . . . 3 2 

Yards Interceptions Returned .... 27 13 

Average Punt 41.2 25.8 

Punts Blocked 

Average Return of Punts 12 63 

Yards Lost On Penalties 40 20 

Number Fumbles 2 I 

Ball Lost 2 I 

Final Score 9 7 




DAVE BRIDGERS 



294 



ARKANSAS GAME 





Poole Sits This One Ouf 



payed off — and how! I tested them first in Memphis 
against the Razorbacks of Arkansas. 

There I was back in Mister Crump's private box, and 
this time we had two visitors with us, the hlonorable 
John Rankin, and a Senator-at-Large from the Confed- 
erate States, "Senator ("That's a Joke, Son) Claghorn. 
I made the boys wear their red jerseys, for the Senator 
said he'd most likely go blind if he had to look at a 
Southern team wearing blue uniforms. 

My boys played what was probably one of the great- 
est games in the history of the school, and knocked the 



Porkers back on their ears at every turn. Chunking 
Charlie Conerly ran and passed the Razorbacks crazy, 
and had a major hand in the 15 passes completed by 
the Rebels. Little Farley Salmon was another Mississippi 
boy on the rampage, climbing up and down Porker backs 
all afternoon. We grabbed off two points when Erickson, 
Harper, and Salmon pounced on an Arkansas back be- 
hind his own goal. Then Conerly began to work and 
when the smoke had cleared "hHalrllne " hiarper stood 
grinning in the end zone with the ball under his arm. 
Memphis rocked and rolled that night." 




BERNARD BLACKWELL 



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L . S . U . GAME 




Conerly Through the Middle 



LSU. 32; Ole Miss. 21 

"Down to the Bayou country we went, with fire in our 
eyes and the good old Rebel spirit in our hearts. We 
traveled down through such historic old cities as Vicks- 
burg, Natchez, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge. One 
of the first things I saw in the Louisiana capital was the 
grave of Huey P. Long, Louisiana political boss of the 
I930's. I knew FHuey pretty well, but we disagreed on 
many things. Back when Bilbo was Governor of this great 
state. Long called Theodore and nne down to Baton 
Rouge for a little conference, hie wanted "The Man" to 



go in with him on a little plan of combining the state of 
Mississippi with Louisiana and setting up an Independent 
Empire. Bilbo had half a notion to do it, but I finally 
persuaded him to stick to the Confederacy 

Bernie Moore had a pretty fair squad down there in 
Tigerland, but man for man they just weren't in the same 
class with my boys. The only trouble was that Bernie 
had too many for us. The Johnny Rebs possessed the 
same spirit that downed Arkansas the week before, and 
roared through the highly favored LSU eleven for three 
periods before finally being worn down by superior re- 
serves. Forty thousand Louisiana fans sat with their 




■PUNY" MANN 



FRED BROWN 



PHILLIP POOLE 



296 




Bridgers Downs Him the Hard Way 



mouths wide open for the entire first half, as Charlie 
Conerly led the Rebels to two louchdowns before a 
Tiger even threatened the Ole Miss goal. Midway in 
the first period Conerly made a beautiful leaping catch 
of a Bengal pass on his own 44 and returned to the 
LSU 41. Running plays by Conerly and Salmon made 
it six points for our side. Ray Poole booted the extra 
point. 

A few minutes later Bernard Blackwell recovered an 
LSU fumble. With three heaves to Salmon and Harper, 
and a line plunge by Conerly we had scored again. 



After the second half began things began to change a 
little. Y. A. Tittle passed to Cason for the first Tiger 
score and hieard's try for placement was good. From 
then on in it was just a case of who had more reserves, 
and we lost. It was a bad blow and tough luck to lose 
a game of that type. 

The LSU student body then put on the most unsports- 
man-like show I have ever seen. The not only booed the 
Ole Miss team but even cussed their own men. Too 
durn many hot-tempered Cajuns down there in that 
state." 




LSU GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss LSU 

First Downs 13 13 

Net Yards Rushing 80 138 

Yards Lost Rushing 47 24 

Forward Passes Attempted 28 II 

Forward Passes Completed 13 8 

Net Yards Passing 130 153 

Forward Passes Intercepted By 2 3 

Yards Interceptions Returned 30 29 

Average Punt 39.2 44 

Punts Blocked 

Average Return of Punts 28.5 14.4 

Yards Lost On Penalties 71 90 

Number Fumbles I 6 

Ball Lost I 4 

Final Score 21 34 



297 




Poole leaves him floundering 



Tennessee, l8;OleMiss, 14 

"Never in the history of this fine institution have we 
been able to beat the University of Tennessee in a foot- 
ball game, but you can bet your bottonn dollar that Bob 
Neyland and all the Tennessee fans (I didn't see very 
many Volunteer fans in Memphis that day) nearly choked 
to death one nice fall Saturday afternoon in Memphis' 
Crump Stadium. We did everything but push the Volun- 
teers back to Knoxville, leading Neyland's men in first 
downs 1 8 to 8 and in total yardage 335 to 241 yards; 



but they pay off in touchdowns, not statistics. After 
suffering humiliation all afternoon, the Tennessee luck 
showed its ugly head with only twenty-five seconds left 
to play with the Rebs leading 14 to 12, and with one 
lucky heave won the game. Tennessee has long been 
known as the luckiest team in the South, but your old 
Colonel thinks maybe it was a little more than luck that 
day. It looked to me like a little skulduggery might have 
been going on out on the field among the officials. One 
of the officials apparently couldn't even run across the 
field without obstructing one of our players. The same 



TENNESSEE GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Tennessee 

First Downs 19 8 

Net Yards Rushing 184 56 

Yards Lost Rushing 20 13 

Forward Passes Attempted .... 21 21 

Forward Passes Completed ... 14 10 

Net Yards Passing 141 183 

Forward Passes Intercepted By . . . I I 

Yards Interceptions Returned ... I 

Average Punt 43.3 43.3 

Punts Blocked 

Average Return of Punts 5.8 4.6 

Yards Lost On Penalties 57 46 

Number Fumbles 2 I 

Ball Lost 2 I 

Final Score 14 18 




OLIVER POOLE 



298 



TENNESSEE GAME 




Stopped Cold by Lambert 



fellow reminded me of fhe picture of the three little 
monkeys, especially the one about seeing no evil. Just 
to give you a little idea of what did happen: a Tennessee 
back threw a pass into Salmon's territory and little "Fish" 
hurried over to intercept or at least tackle the receiver, 
but no, the official decided Salmon would look better on 
the ground — and threw a perfect block on him. The 
Volunteer caught the ball. Just as Buddy Bowen was 
about to smear him, another Tennessee man clipped him, 
and Tennessee had a score. Nothing was said about this 
rather questionable play for it seems that the officials 



were having a little game of bridge over on the sidelines 
and failed to see the play. (The official who blocked 
Salmon happened to be the dummy that hand.) 

And on that last touchdown play by the Vols, the 
end's knee touched the ground, but when we looked over 
to the referee for the ruling, he had just made "a little 
slam" in spades and was counting his winnings. Charlie 
Conerly, Ray Poole, Crawford, and Dave Bridgers played 
outstanding ball for me, and every member of the team 
made your old Colonel extremely proud." 




NATE WILLIAMSON 



MISSISSIPPI STATE GAME 




The Egg Goes Back 



Miss. State. 20; Ole Miss. 



"I'd rather not think about that State game, nnuch 
less write about it. The wounds that that durn bulldog 
of theirs put in me aren't healed yet. I don't have any 
excuses, but I will say that I had the boys in tip top 
condition, both physically and mentally, for the three 
games preceding the State clash and I just couldn't keep 
them in that condition. State was pointing for us, be- 
cause Allyn McKeen knew he'd have to produce or 
else. It's rumored that the "or else" would have been 



a nice long ride in one of Mister Sander's airplanes out 
over the Gulf of Mexico and unceremoniously dumped. 
Speaking of our boy Bob, I hear that he says he didn't 
pay Shorty a penny to go to school at State. That re- 
minds me of the time old Abe Lincoln and his Northern 
buddies denied that they had to send over and hire a 
few thousand Hessian professional soldiers to do most 
of their fighting for them. 

The State forward wall got the jump on my boys and 
never let up, holding them to just five first downs, while 
the Maroon backs, led by their Shorty McWilliams, piled 




IVAN ROSOMOND 



ERWIN THIBAULT 



COACH DREW 




up II. The only bright spot of the afternoon for the 
Rebels was the 49 yard run fronn scrimmage by Jerry 
Tiblier, but it went for naught. One of the most spec- 
tacular runs ever manipulated on Hemingway turf took 
place in the second period as State's Eagle Matulich 
ran by and through the entire Rebel team for 68 yards. 
I'd like to give you readers a few interesting facts on 
the season: Out of the 21 touchdowns scored on us 
during the season, 17 were made by the overhead route. 
We scored 87 first downs to the combined oppositions' 
70 and outrushed them 937 yards to 740. We completed 



73 passes to gain only 729 yards while our opponents 
gathered in 48 tosses for 863 yards. 

"Charlie Conerly proved to be the best punter in the 
conference with an average of over 45 yards in four 
games. His best effort was 47.9 yards in the Vandy 
game. He ended the season with an average of 42.8 
yards. Conerly also led the league with his passing, 
completing 53 per cent of all his tosses, 28 of them to 
Captain Ray Poole. That's all for this year's football — 
thanks for letting me air my views." 




MISSISSIPPI STATE GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Miss. State 

First Downs 5 II 

Net Yards Rushing 102 138 

Yards Lost Rushing 24 21 

Forward Passes Attempted .... 24 16 

Forward Passes Completed .... 8 5 

Net Yards Passing 51 41 

Forward Passes Intercepted By . . 2 4 

Yards Interceptions Returned ... 18 87 

Average Punt 4! 41.6 ' 

Punts Blocked 

Average Return of Punts 8.7 10.4 

Yards Lost On Penalties 35 25 

Number Fumbles 3 4 

Ball Lost 2 3 

Final Score 20 



Salmon Coming In tor the TackJE 




Tense Moment 



Coach Jim Whatley put five pretty good basketball 
players on the floor this season, but unfortunately they 
couldn't seenn to get "hot" on their teamwork. All in 
all, we had a rather mediocre season on the hardwood. 
The team wasn't tall as most of the quintets they faced 
and only used a fast break in just a few of the games. 
Highlights of the games played went something like 
this: Ole Miss, 41; Tulane, 69 . . . the Rebels were out- 
classed by a fast breaking Greenie team and were never 
In the ball game. Kelly paced the Ole Miss cagers with 
9 points, while Athas of the Green Wave got 17. Ole 
Miss, 74; Southwestern, 34 . . . Exhibiting tremendous 
offensive thrust plus an airtight defense the Rebs ran 
roughshod over an outclassed Southwestern quintet to 
win by a 40 point margin before a packed house in 
Memphis. Kelly sank 29 points, with Jack Marsha!! In 
second place with 18. Ole Miss, 35; Tupelo Legionnaires, 
40 . . . The Tupelo team composed of Busby, and 
Prather, all southeastern players from University of Ala- 
bama, and Arils Ricks, all-American from Delta State 
literally played with the Rebels the first half. But it was 
a different story the last period when they began to tire. 
Marshall and Kelly made 13 and 12 points respectively. 
Ole Miss, 29; Arkansas State, 41 ... The Arkansas State 
Warriors moved to Rebel land and cashed in on some 
unlucky and wild shooting by Whatley's men to gain 
a 41 to 29 victory over the Ole Miss quintet. Ole Miss, 
43; LSD, 54 . . . The sky-scraping Bengals of LSU handed 
the Johnny Rebs their fourth SEC setback before 2000 
onlookers. Russell Reid garnered I I points for the high 



BASKETBALL 



Kelley Guards Him Close 





Mann Sinks One 



Homer of Bama Shoots One 



score place of the nite. Ole Miss, 31; Mississippi State, 
53 . . . The steadily improving Bulldogs had little trouble 
in handing us our fifth conference loss of the current 
season. Nicholson and Bledsoe led the scorers for the 
"Farnners," and Kelly again was number one for our 
side. Ole Miss, 43; Tulane, 50 . . . Tulane fans stared 
in amazement during the first half of this game in New 
Orleans, as the red hot men from Oxford, led by the 
aggressive and point-gathering HHarold Kelly, played the 
Wave off its feet to hold a 29-21 edge at the inter- 
mission. In the second period Macie McMullen and 
Jack Mann had to leave the game because of injuries. 
Minus these two men, the Rebels lost a hard-fought 
game to the Greenies, despite Harold Kelly's high point 
position with 14 points. Ole Miss, 42; LSU, 63 . . . The 
Rebels tangled with the Tigers of LSU and fell before the 
mighty onslaught of the Bengals, led by towering forward, 
Bobby Lowther. Reserve Rebel forward Blackledge, 
standing in at center in place of the injured McMullen, 
played his best game of the year, turning in 16 points 
for the defeated Rebel crew. OLE MISS SWEEPS THREE 
GAME HOME STAND . . . Auburn, Southwestern and 
Mississippi College were victims of the rejuvenated 
Rebels on our home court. Russell Reid got red hot in 



the Auburn game and came away with 29 points. Reld 
has as nice an over-the-head hook shot as we have ever 
seen. Ole Miss, 40; Vanderbilt, 55 . . . Vandy took the 
Rebels by a count of 55-40 on their home court in 
Nashville. Maxie McMullen led the Rebs on a last minute 
scoring spree, and for a moment the boys from Oxford 
appeared to be overtaking the Black and Gold. How- 
ever, the Commodores settled down and won going 
away. Ole Miss, 28; Tennessee, 61 . . . The Volunteers 
had little trouble disposing of the Ole Miss quintet with 
the help of freshman Art Burris. Kelly again led our 
team with nine points. Ole Miss, 56; Chattanooga, 49 
. . . Maxie McMullen led Ole Miss with 16 points and 
an easy victory over Chattanooga for the second time 
this season. Ole Miss, 59; Mississippi State, 49 ... In 
their best game of the season the Rebelmerv upset a 
favored Maroon team before an overflow crowd on the 
campus. OLE MISS LOSES TWO GAMES TO ALA- 
BAMA ... In the first encounter with the Tide they 
litterally swamped us, but the return engagement was 
another story. The 'Bama boys squeezed out the latter 
by a mere five points. In the tournament we fared little 
better and lost out in the opening round to LSU. There's 
always a next year. 





HEAD COACH "TAD" SMITH ASSISTANT COACH HOVIOUS 
Big Four Pitching Staff, Roberts, Woodward, Majure, Davis 



BASEBALL 



Ole Miss baseball in 1946 showed much promise, and 
a tight nucleus was formed for this season's team. While 
winning six and losing six, Coach Tad Smith's boys gave 
a good account of themselves only the powerful Alabama 
team having their number. 

Coach Smith had as his assistants, "Happy" Campbell 
and "Junie" hlovious. They started the season with only 
two veteran pitchers, in the persons of Ray Woodward 
and Ray Poole. Two very fine newcomers showed up, 
Frank Davis and Toby Majure, who took their share of 
the mound chores. Davis proved to be the most con- 
sistent hurler, and he literally humiliated Mississippi State 

First Basemen Bruce, Davis, and Wright 




in a 21 to I rout. Charlie Conerly, Bill EricUon and W. 
G. Mlze wielded tiie stick very effectively for the club. 
The opening games with Memphis NATTC were high- 
lighted by Ray Woodward's hurling in the second game 
and the hitting of Big Bill Ericson who got three hits 
In the second game. LSU Invaded the campus only to 
be beaten in two very close contests. Frank Davis won 
the first game in ten innings and Ray Woodward came 
through In the second with the help of Ericson's homer 
over the center field fence. In a two game series with 
Alabama, the Rebs didn't fare too well and lost both 
games. Pitcher Davis hurled beautiful ball In the second 
game, and hit a homer and single, only to be beat out 
10 to 8. Bradley Tech came to the campus and we 
split two games with them, 4-5 and 21-7. Conerly hit 
a homer in the first game and Ericson bagged two in 
the second; W. G. Mlze hit a single, double and triple to 
help in the 21 hit attack. Memphis Navy won their 
second game over us 10-3, despite Conerly's homer. 
Alabama's Crimson Tide cashed in on our seven errors, 
and won a 13-5 decision. The two games with State were 
a farce, with the Johnny Rebs scoring a total of 39 
runs in the two games to their four. 



SCHEDULE 

Ole Miss 0; Memphis NATTC 

Die Miss 6: Memphis NATTC 

Ole Miss 4: LSU . ... 

Ole Miss 6; LSU .... 

Ole Miss 2; Alabama . . 

Ole Miss 8; Alabama . . 

Ole Miss 4; Bradley Tech . 

Ole Miss 21; Bradley Tech . 

Ole Miss 3; Memphis NATTC 

Ole Miss 5; Alabama . . . 

Ole Miss 21; Mississippi State 

Ole Miss 18; Mississippi State 

Catchers Herb, Reld, and Goodsen 





Star Hurlers, Woodward and Davis 



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Shortstop Page, Catcher Reld 





TRACK 



The Ole Miss cindermen, under the tutelage of Coach 
Johnny Vought, opened the '46 season with a win in 
the Baylor Relays at Chattanooga. 

The Quarter Mile relay teann composed of Shackle- 
ford, Dickerson, Joseph, and Blount had little trouble 
taking their event. The 880 yard relay team also came 
through in fine style covering the distance in I minute 
and 34 seconds, copping another first place. 

On April 13, the Rebs captured their first dual meet 
Planning the Strategy 



with a 59-45 win over Southwestern of Memphis. Charley 
Galey, winning the shotput and discus, led Ole Miss 
with 10 points. 

The Rebels could take only one track event against a 
strong Mississippi State squad and lost 8 1 /a to 49/2- 
Hairline Harper was the only bright spot of the meet for 
Vought's men, taking high point laurels. 

In the last meet of the season Joe Johnson grabbed 
12/2 points and the Rebels swamped Alabama's Crimson 
Tide by a score of 78 to 53. 

Interested Fans 







First Row: William Abney, Lange Butler, William J. Condon. William L. Cook. Second Row: Robert Demilio, 

Charles Friedman, Joyner Halton, William J. Hamm, Arnold Hammond. Third Row: David O. Jourdon, Vaught 

Lenoir, Joseph Long, Caley Waldrip, 

THE INTRAMURAL PROGRAM 




OFFICERS 

ROBERT L. DEMILIO President 

WILLIAM J. HAMM Vice-Presideni 

LANGE SUTLER Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

WILLIAM ABNEY Alpha Tau Omega 

FRANK BOWERS Sigma Chi 

LANGE BUTLER Delta Kappa Epsllon 

WILLIAM J. CONDON Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

WILLIAM L. COOK Kappa Alpha 

ROBERT L. DEMILIO Pi Kappa Alpha 

CHARLES O. FRIEDMAN Phi Epsilon PI 

Poole Lands A Right on Peets Chin 



JOYNER HALTON Delta Psl 

WILLIAM S. HAMM Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

ARNOLD HAMMOND Pi Kappa Psl 

DAVID OLEN JOURDAN Beta Theta PI 

VAUGHT LENOIR Sigma Nu 

JOSEPH LONG Phi Delta Theta 

COLEY WALDRIP Kappa Sigma 

Under the direction of Coach Ed Stone, and with the help of 
Lang Butler and the rest of the Intramural council Ole Miss had 
the best intramural program in the history of the school. Offering 
such sports as touch football, shuffleboard, volleyball, and horse- 
shoe pitching the first semester, and with Softball dominating the 
second term along with track, ping pong and tennis. 

Fraternity All Stars 




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He Caught It Too 

Phi Delts Run Against Deke 



Frat's All Stars Score 
Cook Snags A High One 




INTRAMURAL ACTIVITIES 







A.T.O.'s Talk It Over 
Sfrange of the All Stars Takes the Ball 




A.T.O Man Caught It for A Sec 



Kappa Sigs Are Penal 





Peets With A Right 
Pat Burrow Administers First Aid 





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'illtin+on Shoots On 



First Row: Jane Abston Eleanor Zoe Allen, 
Stiles Artz, Kathryn Worden Barr, Frances Joy 
Bell, Elinor Jo Boqard, Martha Jane Boring. 
Second Row: Betty Bowdre, Martha Bowman, 
Freddie Brandon, Betty Brown, Jean Scott Burt, 
Gayle Carlisle, Martha Carney. Third Row: Mary 
Elizabeth Gates, Mary Joyce Clayton, Charm 
Crum, Betty Conerly, Gladys Cunningham, Jane 
Dalrymple, Dot Day. Fourth Row: Allyn Drew, 
Puddie Eason, Barbara Fly, Billie Fox, Ann 
Gibbes, Ann Gist, Zula Gore. Fifth Row: Betty 
Hemeter, Patsy Hendon Jerry Howard Mary 
Jordan Evelyn Kazar, Eleanor Knee Jean Lewis. 
Sixth Row: Mary Elizabeth Liddell, Betty Long, 
Jean Lott, Mary Jane Madden, Sarah Mason, 
Sara Jane Myers, Barbara Miller. Seventh Row: 
Sarah Moore, Nena Murphy. Jacqueline Myrick, 
Sarah Oden, Jean Pemble, Hannah Pitts, Carolyn 
Prewitt. Eighth Row: Lillian Prewitt, Peggy 
Podesta, Nancy Puller, Lynn Reid, Patricia Rellly, 
Esther Riley, Dot Roberts. Ninth Row: Betsy 
Ross, Sally Scribner, Louise Simpson, Evelyn 
Spicer, Jo Anne Talue. Virginia Tansil, Natalie 
Thompson. Tenth Row': Barbara Trapp. Nell 
Travis Julia Wallace Ygondine Walker, Edith 
Williams, Ann Wilson, Mariean Woodard. 



Archery Class 




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Taking Their Laps Around the Gym 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



The Women's Athletic Association promotes sports and 
recreational activities among the women students of 
Ole Miss. The inter-sorority tournaments in badminton, 
shuffle board, basketball, ping pong, and tennis are 
sponsored each year by the W. A. A. The membership 
is unlimited and is open to any girl student taking phys- 
ical education. The Association is under the guidance 
of the Physical Education Department of the University, 
and has membership in both state and national Athletic 
Associations. 



OFFICERS 



NANCY PULLER President 

LILLIAN PREWITT Vice-President 

BETTY CONERLY Secretary-Treasurer 

MARJEAN WOODWARD Reporter 

It Strengthens the Stomach Muscles 





THE 

ROTC UNIT 



The Reserve Officers Training Corpj has once 
again taken Its place as an Important organiza- 
tion on the campus. Under the direction of 
Colonel James O. Wade, the Corps offers com- 
missions in two branches of the Army; the Infan- 
try and Air Corps. 

Climaxing the ROTC year was the Military 
Ball of March 14, at which the Battalion sponsors 
were presented to the student body. Although 
handicapped by lack of uniforms most of the 
yeer, the Cadet Battalion has nevertheless de- 
veloped Into a well-trained unit of which the 
University can well be proud. With reorganiza- 
tion completed the Reserve Officers Training 
Corps looks forward to the coming year. 






CADET STAFF 

Cadet Lt. Colcne! LOGAN PHILIPS 

Cadet Lt. Colonel L. E. GRISHAM 

Cadet Major J. R. KING 

Cadet Major G. LAMBERT 

Cadet Captain H. A. BROWN 

Cadet Captain E. FINCH 

Battalion Sponsor MARJEAN WOODWARD 

Cadet Sponsor MARY LIDDELL 




SPONSORS 







1ST PLATOON 


n Leader . . . . 


ORION BL 




WILLIAM 




MEMBERS 


John Smith 


Elmo Harrison 


Joe Alsobroolc 


James McGinnis 


Wilford Webb 


Ediey Jones 


Pete Nunerly 


Richard Kennedy 


John Halbrook 


Richard Wall 


Hewitt Griffin 


Charles Horton 


Tom Long 


Joe Johnston 


Tom Culley 


John Stephens 


William Skinner 


Fred Lotferhos 


Lester Summers 


Robert Synder 


Robert Stone 


John Fox 



A 

COMPANY 

OFFICERS 

Company Commander ROY WATSON 

Company Commander HUNTER GATES 

Sponsor VIRGINIA KING 

First Sergeant BENNETT SMITH 

First Sergeant JEWELS RAULINGS 

Guidon MOSES ATTAYA 

Guidon LEWIS FINCH 

2ND PLATOON 

Platoon Leader FRED DUKES 

Platoon Leader MARVIN KEMP 

MEMBERS 

Cecil Dickerson Hin Luck Ling 

George Stephens George Hoffman 

Dee Hamilton Ira Morgan 

Clarence Castle James Steele 

James Stribling Joe Lyie 

George Van Zant Charles Castle 

William Selph Marion McLemore 

Gordon DeLashment Hershel Hughey 

William Semmes Dan Fox 

Ed Cates George Smith 

John Knott Robert Effinger 

Nolen Dickson Jerry Tedder 
Jack Cline 



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COMPANY 

OFFICERS 

Company Commander LLOYD BRIDGERS 

Company Commander JACK REESE 

Sponsor JULIE DAVIS 

First Sergeant GUY ROGERS 

First Sergeant JOE TORT! 

Guidon STANLEY BRUNT 

Guidon ALBERT SWINNEY 

1ST PLATOON 

Platoon Leader JAMES TRASH 

Platoon Leader BEN MANN 

MEMBERS 

Hugh Moore Harry McLeod 

Caley Waldrip Howard Smithson 

Thomas Bailey Paul McMullen 

Winston Bowling Louis Vise 

Greg Breland William Perkins 

Fred Garraway Richard Aikens 

David Jourdan John Well 

Millard Bush Thomas Dean 

Perrin Caldwell George Stone 

Peter Willemoes Simons Turner 

William McCord Robert Allen 
R. J. Covington 




2ND PLATOON 



Platoon Leader ERNEST HELLNER 

Platoon Leader ORVILLE BEARD 



Robert Crook 
Charles Wright 
Richard King 
Joseph Hutton 
James Nixon 
Kenneth Royster 
Lewis Heidelberg 
William Morris 
William Sarter 
George Yates 
Raymond White 
James Parkins 



MEMBERS 



Marion Bishop 
George Ellis 
Tom Webb 
Howard Yawn 
Stephen Strlngfellow 
Jeff Balfour 
James Jordan 
Lester Shipley 
Harold Melvin 
William Toler 
F. M. Stevens 
William Beanland 




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ADVANCE CORPS 



Lieutenant Colonels 

L. E. Grisham L. B. Philips 

Majors 

J. R. King G. E. Lambert 

Captains 

L. M. Bridgers T. R. Perry 

H. A. Brown J. M. Reese 

D. W. Finch B. B. Shirley 

L. H. Gates R. F. Watson 




First Row: L. E. Grisham, L. B. Philips, J R. King, G. Lambert. 
Second Row; L. Bridgers, H. A. Brown, D. W. Finch, L H Gates. 



O. S. Beard 
O. D. Blanton 
W. M. Davis 
L. B. Duke 
M. E. Kemp 
E. V. Kellner 
B. F. Mann 



R. W. Aikens 
J. W. Alsobrook 



First Lieutenants 

E. J. 0>nam 
J. W. Raulins 
G. N. Rogers 
B. E. Smith 
J. Thrash 
J. W. Torti 
L. Tubb 

Second Lieutenants 

M. Attaya 
T. E. Bailey 



First Row: T. R. Perry, J. M. Reese, B. B. Shirley, R. F. Watson O. S. Beard O. D. Blanton W. M. Davis L B. Duke M. E Kemp. Second Row: E V. 

Kellner, B. P. Mann, E. J. Oxnam, J. W. Raulins. G. N. Rogers, B. E. Smith, J. Thrash, L. Tubb, J. W. Torti. Third Row: R. W. Aikens, J. W. Alsobrook, 

M. Attaya, T. E. Bailey, J. E. Balfour, J. F. Bond, W. K. Bowling H. S. Breland, S. Brunt. 





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First Row H F Bryne C E Castle C H. Castle J. R. Cline, R. L. Covington, W. R. Crook. C. R. Dickerson. W. S. Dickson, L. D. Ellis Second Ro 
Garraway, j'. C. Halbrook, D. L. Hale, E. D. Hamilton, E. O. Harrison, C. D. Horton, J. E. Hutton, S. N. Jennings, J. R. Jourdon. 



J. F. Bond 


F. W. Garraway 


J. M. McCormick 


W. O. Semmes 


W. K. Bowlinq 


J. C. Halbrook 


M. B. McLemore 


R. J. Shannon 


H. G. Breland 


D. L. Hale 


H. L. McLeod 


J. H. Smith 


S. Brunr 


E. D. Hamilton 


F. E. Moak 


R. S. Snyder 


H, F. Bryne 


E. O. Harrison 


. H. H. Moore 


J. E. Stephens 


C. E. Castle 


C. D. Horton 


J. H. Napier 


R. L. Stone 


J. R. Cllne 


J. E. Hutlon 


J. F. Nixon 


J. Striblinq 


R. L. Covington 


S. N. Jennings 


P. Nunnally 


J. R. Walls 


W. R. Crook 


J. R. Jordan 


J. E. Parkins 


C. B. Waldrlp 


C. R. Dickerson 


R. H. King 


W. R. Price 


W. R. Webb 


W. S. Dickson 


R. N. Ki+trell 


J. B. Royster 


R. V. White 


L. D. Ellis 


L. M. Magruder 


W. G. Scott 


C. C. Wright 



First Row R. H King R, N. Kittrell, L. M. Magruder J. M. McCormIck, M. B McLemore, H. L. McLeod, F. E. Moak, H. H. Moore, J. H. Napier. 

Second Row: J. F. Nixon P. Nunnally, J. E. Parkins, W. R. Price, J. B. Royster, W. G. Scott, W. O. Semmes, R. J. Shannon, J. H. Smith. Third Row: R. S. 

Snyder. J. E. Stephens. R. L. Stone,' J. Strlbling. J. R. Walls. C. B. Waldrlp, W. R Webb, R. V. White, C. C. Wright 




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BAND 



OFFICERS 

Band Commander BILLY SHIRLEY 

Band Commander THOMAS PERRY 

Sponsor MARGARET BOWEN 

Executive Officer LESLIE TUBB 

Executive Officer EUGENE OXNAM 




MEMBERS OF THE BOARD 


J. F. Bond 


E. L Cook 


H. F. Byrne 


S. K. Day 


D. L. Hale 


F. O. Givens 


S. N. Jenninqs 


E. W. Holmes 


R. M. Kittrell 


J. L. Jackson 


L. M. Maqruder 


W. L. Mullett 


F. E. Moak 


G. F. Oxford 


W. G. Scott 


B, L. Samuel 


R. J. Shannon 


H. H. Thomasson 


G. C. Smith 


H. D. Webster 


C. F. Andre 


B. E. Wells 


J. L. Clark 


J. J. West 



RIFLE TEAM 



First Row 

John Halbrook Nolan Dickson 

Howard Brown 

Second Row 

Ellis Finch Hunter Gates 

Lloyd Bridgers W/O Powers 




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NAVAl 
ROTC UNIT 



The purpose of the new NROTC is to provide a steady 
supply of well-educated iunior officers for the line and 
staff corps of the Regular Navy and to build up a re- 
serve of trained officers who will be ready to serve their 
country at a monnent's notice in a national emergency. 
NROTC graduates will be given equal rank, equal treat- 
ment, and equal opportunities with the graduates of 
the United States Naval Academy. 

STAFF 

Captain Charles Jackson CSK O. M. Cook 
Commander C. B. Smiley Sgt. W. S. Bostick 

Comdr. Rapheal Semmes Lt. Comdr. F. M. Bush 

Capt. J. D. Smith, USMC 










CAPTAIN 


CHARLES JACKSON 


CY C. P. 


Will 


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Y3/c A. E. Greer 


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CGM W. B. Carter 








CADET STAFF 


Thomas Ross 






B. T. Nash 


W. S. Cu 


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R. Monaghan 


R. P. Hilt 


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C. V. Holmes 



First Row: Lt. Comdr. Bush, Comdr. Smiley Capt. Jackson Comdr. Semmes, Capt. Smith. Second Row: CSK 
Cook, Sgt. Bostick. CY Williams, CBM Ward, Y 3/c Greer, CGM Carter. 







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NAVAL ROTC UNIT 







THE CLASS OFFICERS 
Lef'( to Right, First Row: Ross. Currie, Hilton. Second Row: 


Nash, 


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M. A, Adams 






J. P. Denton 




R. P. Hilton 




B. T. Nash 


V. E. Alridge 






R. C. Edwards 




C. V. Holmes 




J. F. Rawls 


B. C. Buntin 






V. A, Edwards 




J. P. Houston 




T. A. Ross 


J, H, Base 






C. L. Fralzer 




E. R. Joyce 




J. E. Sampson 


M. L. Colley 






S. P. Gardner 




R. Monaghan 




B. S+ranqe 


W. S. Currie 






W. R. Haqer 




R. S. Myers 




W. Weatherly 


J. Dean 






R. Hardinq 




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From the editor of this, The OLE MISS for 1947, the ranlcing monument 
to inertia, inefficiency, and haphazard compilation, sincere thanks is given 
to the following: 

To Mr. Joe B. Ledbetter, of the Benson Printing Company, for his 
cooperation in directing our unskilled efforts; to the personnel of the 
Shreveport Engraving Company for their occasional success in trans- 
forming inferior snapshots and other photographic miscellany into superior 
engravings; to Mr. Joel Alshin and Mr. Arthur L. Grey, of Chidnoff 
Studio, for their respective parts in the handling of our class portraits; 
to Colonel J. R. Cofield for being available during our many emergencies; 
to Mr. Milton Caniff for his assistance In the selection of the 1947 
beauties. Last, but by no means least, the editor whinnies with un- 
abounded appreciation and gratefully licks the hands of the two out- 
standing contributors to this atrocity: Mr. Bob Gage and Mr. Armis 
hiawkins. Their greatest contribution came when they generously stayed 
out of the office for four consecutive days. 

WALTER BULLOCK, Editor 

The 1947 Ole Miss 




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Second Term July 14-Aug. 22 

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regular session. There ere three dining rooms In the basement for 
private luncheons and banquets which are available to all campus 
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"QUALITY PHOTOS" 


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S STUDIO 


(Uptown in Henr 


y Hotel Building) 


"QUALITY PORTRAIT FRAMES" 


OXFORD 


MISSISSIPPI 



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ELLIOTT LUMBER 
COMPANY 

Phone 307 Oxford, Miss. 



LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS 

FROM FOUNDATION THROUGH ROOF 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

BLAYLOCK'S DRUG STORE 



South Side of Square 



Oxford, Miss. 



STANDARD 
SERVICE STATION 

"We Serve to Serve Again" 



OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 
502 S. Lamar Phone 378 





RUTH'S 




L O V 


ELY THINGS 
LOVELY WOMEN 

• 


FOR 


Air Conditioned for Your Shopping 


Comfort 


Oxford 




Phone 662 




Tri-Delta Beer-bust 



See Your Sinclair Dealer for Expert 
Car Care 

444 
SERVICE STATION 

OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 
Cor. S. Lamar & University Avenue 





Phone 50 


AUTD AND HOME SUPPLY CO. 




OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 




GOODYEAR TIRES 


FIRST FOR 


32 YEARS— You Don't Stay First Unless 




You're Best 




LIFEGUARD SAFETY TUBES 




GENERAL ELECTRIC 


Radios, Refr 


gerators, Ranges, Home Freeiers, Washing 


Mac 


lines, Irons, Fans, and Water Heaters 




Arrival from Christmas Holidays More M Club initiation 

Through the years • • • 


NEIISON'S 


OXFORD 


108 Years of Dependable Service 


• • • the best place for Ole Ivliss students to shop 



"SPECIALIZING IN SUPERIOR 


FOOD AND SERVICE" 


GRUNDY'S 


CAFE 


OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 


ORUNDY COLE, Owner 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CITY CLEANERS 



Phone 22 



Oxford, Mississippi 





"Trusted Thousands of Times 






Each Year" 






GATHRIGHT-REED DRUG 






COMPANY 




The 


Rexall Store Oxford, Mississ 


ippi 



RITZ THEATRE 


ENTERTAINMENT 


FOR THE 


OLE MISS STUDENTS 


S. T. LYLES, JR., Manager OXFORD 




Freshman Queen, Nina Nosser, and Dean Dubois, Joe College 



OXFORD GULF 
SERVICE STATION 



Corner University Ave. and S. Lamar 
OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 



FOR YOUR OFFICE, STORE REQUIRE- 
MENTS, OFFICE STATIONERY ITEMS, 
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE. 

Agents for 

L C. SMITH 

CORONA UNDERWOOD PORTABLE 

REMINGTON PORTABLE 

ROYAL PORTABLE 

We Are Equipped to Do Any Kind of Printinq 

THE OXFORD EAGLE 

"Calling Card to a Catalog" 

Phone 108 Oxford, Miss. 



LANDRETH 
ELECTRIC COMPANY 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 
SOLD AND REPAIRED 

OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 



T. 


E. 






AVENT'S 




DRUGS, 


COSMETICS AND 




FOUNTAIN SERVICE 






OXFORD 




Kappa Sig Christmas Party 




Men o-f Distinction 



APPAREL 


AT ITS 


BEST 


fllex Loebjk 

V,^ UNIVERSKXy 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



MERCHANTS CO. 



OF MISSISSIPPI 



M 



MosI Complete Wholesale Food and Grain 
Service in the South 



PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS 
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 
2,000 FEET COLD STORAGE SPACE 




"Confidentially 




More of s+unf night 



THE 

HATTIESBURG 
CREAMERY 

Serving South Mississippi With 
Grade A Pasteurized Milk and 




HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 




'M" Club Banquet 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

POLK HARDWARE AND 
IMPLEMENT COMPANY 

FRANK K. MATHEWS, Owner 
HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



FOR GIFTS OF DISTINCTION 

ITS 

ROLLING'S JEWELRY 



COMPANY 



617 Main St. 



Hattlesburq 



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Cherchei la femme 




D- 


U K E ' 

'The Store for Men' 

• 


S 


HATTIESBURG. MISS. 




Grill Sc 



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HOE 


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I X 

DYERS & 


L A U 

CLEANERS 


N D 


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Serving You Since 1898 












HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 






Hardy Street 








Telephones 36 and 97 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



THE DIAMOND SHOP 



HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

FORREST HOTEL 

B. C. YOUNG 

Manager 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



FOR COMPLETE SELECTION OF THE 

LATEST POPULAR AND CLASSICAL 

RECORDINGS ITS 

TAYLOR'S 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI 



SEND IT TO 



PRAYTOR'S CLEANERS 

307'.: McLeod Street 
HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



Phone 754 



CHEVROLET 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



McARTHUR CHEVROLET CO. 



HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



IT'S THE 

OWL DRUG CO. 

FOR ACCURATELY FILLED 
PRESCRIPTIONS 

FOUNTAIN SERVICE 

HATTIESBURG 



J)0NAyAN - 1ANE 



HATTIESBURG 



South Mississippi's Leading Store for Men's and 
Boys' Fine Wearables 



TOM DONAVAN 



DEWEY LANE 




'The Gift Store' 



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509 Main Hattiesburg, Miss. Phone 207 



,\ngel S+rcel 




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Compliments of 




M. SALLOUM'S DEPARTMENT STORE 




MITCHELL SALLOUM, Owner 


GULFPORT 



J. C. GLOWER FURNITURE COMPANY 



The Furniture Men 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



TOWN HOUSE 



GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



DAY'S DRUG CO. 



GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



A G 


AIN THE OLE MISS IS BOUND IN A 




KINGSKRAFT COVER 




MANUFACTURED BY 


K 1 


NGSPORT PRESS, INC. 




KINGSPORT. TENNESSEE 



HENRY CLAY HOTEL 

West Point, Mississippi 

MODERN— FIREPROOF— EUROPEAN 
EXCELLENT COFFEE SHOP 

T. F. WYMAN, Pres. D. S. HOLLAND, Mgr 



SWIFT AND CO. 

WEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI 



JONES BROS. DRUG CO., INC 



The REXALL store 



Phones 130-131 



GULFPORT, MISS 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



ROBERT'S DRUG STORE 



GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



BRYAN BROS. 
PACKING COMPANY 

WEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

THE FAIR COMPANY 

Le-^dlng Department Store of 
LOUISVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 




COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



ANDERSON'S MENS WEAR 



GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



PALERMO'S 



Leading Store for Men 



VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

JOSEPH K. FASOLD 

Jeweler 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 



DE LOACH'S, INC. 



GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



THERE IS ONLY ONE 



ANGELO'S 



Specializing In 

• SPAGHETTI 

• SEA FOOD 



• STEAKS 



GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

PEOPLE'S 
BANK 

AND 

TRUST CO. 



TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI 



Kappa Sig Saturday Night 



FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP 



OL 

Wis 



For Merchandise of Quality 



EISMAN'S 



519 Main St. 



Hattlesburg, Miss. 



JITNEY 
JUNGLE 



:^£jM-£>£A4>a:£. 1t>oc6 Sko^iCd 



WHAT ABOUT 

YOUR 

FUTURE? 



What is the star to which you've hitched 
your wagon? When you leave school which 
will it be — "doctor, lawyer, merchant or 
chief"? It's not too early, you know, to 
begin thinking about those years ahead. 
If the endeavor Is to be along merchan- 
dising lines and you're interested in food, 
we can help you. Several graduates of 
Ole Miss are now doing well in this field. 
If interested, write for the folder, "Blue- 
print Now for Tomorrow's Needs." 



JITNEY-JUNGLE. INCORPORATED 

HOME OFFICE AND FACTORY 
JACKSON 117 • MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

GLASGOW'S DRUG 
STORE 



Phones 43 and 44 



Tupelo, Miss. 



BEST WISHES 

FROM 

SPIGHT'S 

TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI 




Jess and patient 



Fur the 

miss of Mississippi 
who leads the campus, 
it's . . . 




^HP^^"^I^^H 




^Ir ^^^H 


CLOTHING 


b^^Vh 


For 
Men & Women 


^H ..^^^^^H 


Latest up-to-the 


^BL^^^H^9 


Minute Styles 


^^HI^^^9^B 


VICKSBURG AND 


^^BR^ ' 4^Hi 


JACKSON 


HHF j _^^^^H| 


R. C. BROWN 


^^Hi^^^jdiHJH^Hm 







PIGGLY WIGGLY 
SUPER MARKET 

Plain & Fancy Groceries 

VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI 





One of Mississippi's finest . . . 




exclusive Store for Men . . . 




LARRY'S 




GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 




- 




Honne of — 


• 


HICKEY-FREEMAN 


• 


BOTANY "500" 


9 


RAND SHOES 


• 


ENRO SHIRTS 



c o 


EDS ALL 
T H E 

VOGUE 


KNOW 


JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



THE 
BANK OF GREENWOOD 

"A Friendly Ins+i+u+ion" 

GREENWOOD. MISSISSIPPI 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



LUSCO'S 



GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


PLANTERS OIL MILL 


GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



CHIDNOFF STUDIO 



550 Fifth Avenue 
NEW YORK 



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THE 1947 OLE MISS 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



W. T. FOUNTAIN. INC, 

"Men's Department" 

GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



THOMAS, 

KINCANNON, 

AND ELKIN 

Tupelo's Favorite 
Drug Store 



VISIT 



T. K. E. 



TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI 



GREENWOOD 
GROCERY COMPANY 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

GREENWOOD MISSISSIPPI 



The largest and most complete 
stock of men's and boy's wear 
within a 100-mile radius of Tu- 
pelo, Mississippi. 
Featuring styles and qualities 
not found elsewhere outside of 


much larger cities. 


HINDS BROS. AND CO. 



CHOICE GIFT SELECTIONS 

FROM 

HERBERT K. BRASFIELD 

JEWELER 

TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI 




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MARKS ROTHENBERG 



IN MERIDIAN 




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